The former Capital FM presenter and Channel O VDJ is not new to the entertainment industry. Apart from appearing in various hit locals shows like the Changing Times which used to air on KTN, she has hosted various TV shows including Sakata.
She has now gone ahead to fill in the big shoes of Sheila Mwanyigha at the Season 6 of Tusker Project Fame.
Who is she, does she have any regrets in life, what does success mean to her….In an interview with True Love Magazine she reveals this much.
Does she have any regrets with her life so far?
Her number one regret she says is her choice in men. She goes ahead to say that she suffers from the bad boy syndrome which a lot of women are attracted to nowadays.
What different jobs is she doing today?
She is the Kenyan Video Jockey for Channel O, She is an acting in a KTN TV show dubbed Prem and as you all know by now, the new co-host of Tusker Project Fame alongside Mitch.
A Career in the entertainment industry, is this she planned to do?
She says she changed majors about four time while she was in college but in the end she ended up settling with Media
Where did she study?
She studied journalism and business management in Hope college which is Michigan, USA.
What did she do after college?
She got an internship at Voice of America in Washington DC.
What kind of work did she do after returning to Kenya?
She did commercial voice over work and later started training at Capital FM.
How did she take her departure from Capital this year?
“2013 started out rough from me. My exit from Capital FM in March was difficult as I was unsure of what the future had in store for me,” she told True Love.
Where does she hope to be in the next five years?
She says she hopes she will be happy in whatever she will be doing at the time. She also hopes to have established her own charitable organization and luckily have found a soul mate.
What does success mean to her?
She terms success as fulfillment on a personal, emotional, mental and spiritual level.
What does she think of disappointments in life?
She terms them as sped bumps on the road. “They slow you down but should never stop you fro pursuing your dreams. No matter how hard it seems at times, life goes on. Relax nd enjoy the journey,” she advices.
What is the best advice she has ever gotten?
Her mother once told her that life is not about trying to catch up to other people. It’s about challenging yourself to be the best you that you can be.
What are her views on dreams?
She says if they do not scare you they are not big enough. She advises, “Stay focused and don’t mind the detours. The word no means try again.