Citizen TV’s Cheche is one of the leading political talk shows in Kenya. Usually in the hot seat are politicians and people similarly connected with state affairs. One of the three panellists is Media Institute director, David Makali, who also appears on Sunday Live on the same station as a political analyst.
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Mkamzee ‘Usha Mali’ Mwatela talks with Judy Mumo about her life, her craft and why she thinks school is overrated
Mkamzee Mwatela, or Usha as many Kenyans now know her from the popular soap MALI, is a study in contradictions. On the one hand she declined to speak to me directly to set up an interview, directing me to her publicist instead (w-o-w)! On the other, as I was steeling myself for prima donna drama during the interview, she turned out to be the sweetest, most accommodating, genuine celebrity I have ever met.
She is beautiful and vivacious. She is short tempered and sometimes over bearing. She can be rude and likes taunting her docile sister in law. She has guts untold and easily tells her mother in law off. She can be evil although she is very hard working. Her husband is a drunk and he is sometimes a total disaster.
DJ Johni Celeb of Kubamba Gospel Music Show on Citizen TV – Pursuing his passion, transforming lives
The 24 year old Energy Engineering student at Kenyatta University, John Njoroge, also known as DJ Johni Celeb grew up in Kawangware and had always wanted to be a DJ. His dream came true when he had his first DJeeing gig in 2005 at Kawangaware Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK) where over 1,000 people attended.