7 January 2018

Kenya: Waiguru, Mbotela, Njugush to Feature in Season 2 of 'Stori Yangu'

Real life stories of leading Kenyan personalities which have never been told before will yet again be featured in Season 2 of Maisha Magic East docuseries Stori Yangu.

The new season, which premiered on Friday, saw the newly elected Governor of Kirinyaga County Anne Waiguru tell her story.

Waiguru's is a fascinating story of a dynamic woman whose relentless determination started as a little girl who wanted to please her father.

According to the creators, Season 2 of the docuseries will focus on character driven stories about top radio personalities, musicians, TV personalities, and comedians.

Among the top personalities who will be featured this season are veteran broadcaster Leonard Mambo Mbotela, celebrated marathoner Catherine Ndereba and comedian Njugush.


The first season featured media personalities Jeff Koinange, Maina Kageni and Caroline Mutoko, actor Papa Shirandula and showbiz personalities Nyota Ndogo, Size 8, Daddy Owen, Jua Kali, Big Ted and Bahati.

According to Margaret Mathore, Channel Head Maisha Magic East, people hear a lot of stories about leading personalities in the country, but none has ever gone as in depth as Stori Yangu will go.

"All myths and rumors will be dispelled through this show as the stories will be told by the personalities themselves," she said.

Ms Mathore also noted that audiences are more interested than ever in non-fiction Storytelling.

Stori Yangu will explore these through creating a real connection with leading personalities from across Kenya who have contributed to different industries and causes in the country.


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