Switch TV's Joyce Omondi Bags Ambassadorial Job With US Firm

  • Switch TV host Joyce Omondi (left) and her husband Waihiga Mwaura.
    Switch TV host Joyce Omondi (left) and her husband Waihiga Mwaura.
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  • Switch TV show host and Citizen TV Anchor Waihiga Mwaura's wife Joyce Omondi has been named an ambassador by a US multi-national firm.

    Speaking to Kenyans.co.ke, the soft-spoken host was elated to be named the official ambassador of Uhai Haircare, which is the Kenyan arm of S. Squared Ventures, LLC, based in Chicago, USA.

    The media personality further disclosed that her contract runs for one year beginning Tuesday, September 1, but will be renewable in the future.

    "I am going to be their Kenyan brand ambassador. Us Kenyan girls really celebrate natural hair. Most people really struggle with how to take care of it. We have different challenges like breakage. I am just really hoping that from sharing my experience and engaging with my audience we can really change our mindset on hair.

    Switch TV show host and gospel singer Joyce Omondi
    Switch TV show host and gospel singer Joyce Omondi
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    "I will be talking a lot about that. People who follow me for a long time have always been asking me to share tips on my hair. To do more to show how I take care of and style my hair. I now have the opportunity to do so. I am committed to showing them and answering a lot of their question," she explained.

    Her husband, Mwaura, congratulated her for starting her month on a positive note.

    "What a wonderful way to begin this new month. I am such a proud husband to this phenomenal woman, Joyce Omondi. Thank you God and I believe that this is just the beginning," he stated.

    In her new capacity, Omondi will collaborate with the company in respect with the distribution, design, content promotion and marketing of Uhai's hair care products in Kenya.

    "We are so excited to be working with Joyce on expanding Uhai's presence in Kenya.

    "She embodies the values we cherish at Uhai and will be a great advocate for the brand," stated Uhai's founder and CEO of S. Squared Ventures Susan Edwards.

    Susan began her company in 2017 with a launch in Monrovia, Liberia, after she noticed that women were suffering from dry hair and severe hair breakage.

    In 2018, the company set up shop in Ghana and launched in the US at the African Festival of the Arts in Chicago.

    In February 2020, the company was featured in Allure Magazine as a Black-owned beauty brand worth getting into, expanding further to set up shop in Nairobi in April.

    Omondi hosts Full Circle with Joyce on Switch TV.

    Switch TV Joyce Omondi (left) and husband Waihiga Mwaura take a selfie at an event.
    Switch TV Joyce Omondi (left) and husband Waihiga Mwaura take a selfie at an event.
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