13 September 2012

Kenya: Liz Njagah Featured in Making a Mogul

Photo: Lizz Njagah/Facebook
Kenyan actress Lizz Njagah

Actress Liz Njagah will be one of the business personalities featured in the Pan African TV show Making a Mogul. On Monday, the Mnet production team was in Nairobi to interview Liz on her career and production business. Liz told Word Is, "The concept of Making Of A Mogul fits right in with my goal to project the best of Africa and meeting all these strong African women has been inspirational. I'm happy to be part of showing different sides to the 21st century African woman"

The Tinsel actress is also one of the directors of a film production company which is credited for films like Me, My Wife and Her Guru and the yet to be released movie, Return Of Lazarus. The company has other productions in the pipeline. "We have just finished Return Of Lazarus In Greece, set for release late October. So we are currently working on premiering it. We are working on a reality TV show right now, and are in pre-production of a film and also a TV series," Liz said.

Liz is currently a cast member in a play titled Happy Birthday, it premieres tomorrow at Phoenix Players and runs till September 29. "Its a bedroom farce by Marc Carmoletti. It's the sequel to Boeing Boeing a hilarious comedy and it picks up from where Boeing Boeing left off," she said.

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