Guess what is ready to rock you once again? Right guess, TV is finally back, thanks to TV stations that played mature this time. The three giants, are really back and ready to keep you either busy or boring. Anyway, it totally depends upon the TV staple you use. As might be expected, they are as always ever-ready to make the boom again.
And for the record, the stations went off on February 14th. Of course, on Valentines Day, no less. You can always trust government on valentine surprises….LOL. Just now, after a few weeks of much dismay, deliberations, unending boardroom meetings and social media jubilation, the dinosaurs have sorted themselves out and made up their minds to re-enter the airwaves.
And during the past few weeks of being off, we whether we admit it or not, we clearly missed a good number of Kenyan TV faces. Even in our social media chest-thumping and feigned disinterest, we missed these faces. Big time. Just see the list below, read and act like you didn’t miss them anyway!
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1. Larry Madowo
How could we not have missed him? Larry is a Kenyan journalist and news anchor who specializes in current affairs and technology. He’s just so good not to be missed. Despite the fact that social media always love to hate him, we can’t help but admit he was greatly missed just this few weeks that we didn’t see him. Larry’s one of Kenya’s most ever-present TV faces who have worked for other major networks before working for Kenya’s NTV… He’s loud, lively, active, always everywhere, inventive, brazen, cheeky and alluring, so I simply don’t think anyone would step out and say “I never noticed your absence” because he is just what television needs. In fact he was really missed and many are very much happy he won’t have to miss him once more. And as for his haters, it is time to pick up your hate wallet and hate on him all over again.
2. Janet Mbugua
She is sexy and I know it…..and she was missed for it. Additionally, her Monday Special show, like Gichuru’s Sunday Live, was also one of the MOST WATCHED Citizen TV news bulletins. Twitter would show the outcome every time the show was on. In case you are wondering she was missed it is basically for being a sex symbol especially to millions of thirsty Kenyan men. However, because she’s indeed a gracious TV host whose beauty adds so much color to so many a Kenyan home. Certainly, the symbol is on, so have fun while viewing!
3. Raila Odinga
Of course it is not surprising to see Raila on the list. Well, Raila was missed not because he is anyway next to being a TV presenter himself,or actor, but because Kenyans don’t mess with anything concerning politics. They so love politics. And, let’s admit, no other Kenyan politician has the capacity to affect, please and grasp Kenyan audiences better than the Enigma Himself, Agwambo. He’s indeed has an attractive and engaging personality and in fact the reason Kenyan Newspapers make sales.
4. Victoria Rubadiri
Although, personally I didn’t miss her, but i feel she was missed. Even if TV did not come back for centuries I wouldn’t have missed her, but I don’t why i feel she was greatly missed. Might be because no other person to miss.
5. Mohammed Ali
A TV face fondly called ‘Moha’ by his legions of diehards is not really your daily TV face. Thus not a frequent TV face and as times he can go off for one month or more. Yet, even though we don’t behold the sight of his face everyday, just as Madowo, for example, we still miss him. His very important Jicho Pevu segments in isolation are a real source of joy and we can’t help but talk about them for months on end. Therefore, we missed this slim, brazen kid solely.