Citizen TV presenter Lulu Hassan has had quite a remarkable year. She has won many awards that attest to her talent.
On Monday October 17, Loulou won the producer of the year series/movie category in the highly anticipated Zikomo award.
The ceremony went down in Zambia, where she eagerly received her award on stage.
Loulou shared a message of gratitude for the recognition
"WE DID IT !!!!!! Thank you guys...ALL THE WAY FROM ZAMBIA 💃💃💃...Thank you @zikomoawards 🙏🙏 Thank you for the recoginition..."
Adding that with God everything is possible. Her cute hubby praised his hardworking wife.
"Ukifanya kwa kupenda kitapendwa lakini ukifanya ndio kipendwe kitapondwa. Hongera sana @loulou_hassan juhudi zako ni fahari ya Afrika Mashariki."
Loulou is the CEO of Jiffy Pictures- a production house that specializes in the production of adverts, series, telenovelas, commercials, and films.
Jiffy pictures have produced mega-hit shows such as Maza, Maria, Zora, Moyo, and Sultana.
Below are some other achievements the mother of three has made in the recent times.
1. Mwanamke wa shoka 2022 award.
Mwanamke wa Shoka is an annual event organized by Tanzanian media house EFM and TVE. The award recognizes the exemplary role played by women in different industries.
The Tanzanian industry recognized Loulou for her role in the East African film industry. The accolade was for women in different roles.
"Taking this opportunity to thank God for the far He has brought me, but most of all, I want to say I couldn't do this without all of you. Thank you for supporting me," she stated.
2. The best producer in the TV Drama Award during the Women in Film Awards 2021 (WIFA) in March 2021.
3. In February 2021, Loulou was voted most stylish TV and Radio personality in the couture africa award. She was declared the 2020 female nominee. The CAStyle awards went down at the Ole Sereni.
4. She landed the role of MC for the Madaraka day celebrations in 2021. This is a notable achievement for media personalities.
Loulou Hassan got her break in media after a phone call conversation in Mombasa with a man who complimented her voice.
She worked as a receptionist and on picking a call, the man encouraged her to try her luck and applied as a radio presenter.
‘’Kwa one of the newspapers niliona, they were advertising for TV presenters, news anchors and radio presenters, I applied but back then sikuwa nimesomea journalism nilisema let me try,” said Hassan.
At just 20-years-old, she blindly sent her voice recording and got her first job as a part-time radio news anchor while she pursued her studies in media.