Huddah Munroe Reveals Chris Kirubi Updated Her Airticket To First Class

Huddah Munroe Reveals Chris Kirubi Updated Her Airticket To First Class

Huddah Monroe ( Real name Alhuda Njoroge) has paid tribute to fallen Billionaire businessman Chris Kirubi, revealing he once upgraded her air ticket to first class, and also inspired her to start her business namely Huddah Cosmetics.

Chris Kirubi Death

Kirubi passed on at his Nairobi home on Monday after a long illness aged 80 and the socialite turned entrepreneur recalls he once chanced on him in a flight.

“This man used to see me in Business Class, in almost all my travels. In NBO(Nairobi), there’s no first-class lounge so y’all sit there in Biz (read business) Class lounge waiting for the Emirates flight. When he asked what I do for a living, I didn’t have an answer. He proceeded to upgrade me to first class,” she wrote on social media.

Huddah, 29, says Chris one day asked her what she does for a living, but she did not answer.

They would talk during their travels, and Kirubi inspired her to start her cosmetic business from those talks.

“We had a lengthy talk coz I like to ask and learn from people. And I am happy that he was part of what inspired me to start Huddah Cosmetics,” she wrote.

In 2018, Huddah posted on her Insta stories that she always wanted to marry Kirubi.

Huddah Monroe – Biography

According to, Huddah Monroe was born in 10th October, 1991 in Eastleigh Nairobi Kenya. She was brought up in Huruma Estate. Her real name is Alhuda Njoroge.

She is a Kenyan socialite who ekes her living in modelling, curtain raising events, products promotions and personal business.

Huddah Monroe rose to fame in 2014 after she clinched the coveted slot of representing Kenya in the Big Brother Africa – BBA reality show in South Africa.


Huddah Munroe Reveals Chris Kirubi Updated Her Airticket To First Class

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1 Comment
  1. Dr Isaac Newton Kinity. says

    What is wrong with helping someone else. It would not be surprising that the late Kirubi
    may have helped many people. We should all thank the late Kenyan.

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