“We wanted to create a show where we could show how traditional and modern values could coexist.” – Grace
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Mwachari: “We need fights that can boost the [music] industry.”
BY PETER ONDABU The Real Househelps of Kawangware has been off screen since late 2018, and just when fans were about to give up on ever watching the humorous series again, news emerged that the show will now air on NTV, not KTN where is has been airing […]
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Maggie: “It still gets you glued. The characters are really strong.”
Lenana is a brother of Bamzigi and Korah, but he doesn’t feel odd that he isn’t a musician.
Ogola: “Well-told stories will never go unrewarded by Kenyans.”
“Dama is a very popular character with older men and they tell me ‘I wish my wife behaved like you.'” – Wakio
Githinji: “I am never impressed [watching] myself [acting] on screen. I am my own worst critic.”
Celestine: “My purpose is giving people hope through art and showing people they can do anything in life.”
“I believe that films can improve Kenya.” – Kevin
The show will run on KTN Home every Wednesday between 8pm and 9pm.
Brendan Ndubai in real life; cheeky Jacob on Tahidi High: The man who’s been acting since primary school
“I always wanted to work with the likes of OJ and joining him on set sounds like a dream-come-true.” – Brendan
Muthoni: “Mostly, viewers believe you are the character you play in real life.”
“When I meet people, they say I look mischievous. I am not.”