After giving birth to halves via cesarean section in a megacity sanitarium on Friday, November 11, Evelyne Ogutu, a former intelligencer for Standard Media Group, passed away.
Ogutu oversaw dispatches for the Heinrich Boll Foundation until her death.
According to a source close to the departed, the invigorated halves were healthy and under close medical observation.
Her musketeers and associates in the business expressed their shock at Ogutu’s end and paid homage to her as a devoted, loving, and loving media professional.
She was also appertained to as an assiduity tutor and devoted friend.
Dennis Itumbi, a digital media expert, said, “ There are folks we meet and make our musketeers, also there are those who come our musketeers before our first hassle. Also one day, you go to a WhatsApp group and you get the news that she’ll noway call again.
“ We shoot our condolences to Evelyne Ogutu’s family and musketeers. Similar sad and negative news, “ Mohamed Wehliye, an economist, stated.
“ This is terrible news. This is unthinkable, “ The director of ODM Dispatches lamented.
Ogutu has had a distinguished career in the communication sector, working for estimable companies.
She claimed to be a tone- made guru of communication, having a nonage interest for the field.
Ogutu pursued a dispatches course at the Kenya Institute of Mass Communication( KIMC) in Nairobi after completing her secondary education before continuing her studies at Kenyatta University( KU).
She began working as a pen for the Standard Media Group in Nairobi and also at the Nyeri Bureau.
Ogutu erected her character in the profession during her seven times at the Standard, where she was also credited with starting the diurnals Instinct and Eve Woman.
Latterly, she’d quit the newsroom to pursue a career in public relations, where she was successful.
One of the well- known enterprise associated with her name is the East African Community( EAC) integration in her capacity as a strategist.
But she conceded that she had faced challenges in the history and had allowed
about leaving her profession.
Ogutu did, still, gain from high- profile jobs in terms of networking with the notorious people she met.
At the 25th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development( ICPD), which was held in Nairobi, she was also chosen as the lead communication adviser for Media Edge Public Relations.
Three elder children and the binary babe were among the departed’s five children.