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stori yangu announces a comeback to the airwaves for its fourth season.

Celebrities to be featured on Stori Yangu>

Celebrities to be featured on Stori Yangu

by Helvine Achieng April 8, 2021

Stori Yangu tells Kenyans' stories who have contributed to our society in different fields, from public service to business and even entertainment. Season 4, which has 13 episodes, will be a cocktail of exciting personalities as it will profile political leaders, athletes, media personalities, religious leaders, corporate executives and many more.

The likes of Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka, Rev.Lucy Natasha, Martha Karua, Dr Githinji Gitahi, Dr Mary Okello, Dr Ezekiel Mutua, Adelle Onyango, John Allan Namu, Cpt. Koki Mutungi, Rachael Shebesh, Rev.Timothy Njoya, Dr Alfred Mutua, and Millie Odhiambo will be part of this show's composition that reflects different individuals' journey.


"Stories about people attract curious attention, and stories about famous and influential people are a staple for TV audiences. Our society is not short of people with inspiring stories that need to be spotlighted in order to inspire generations. Stori Yangu, now in its 4th Season is a celebration of our strength and resilience as a people, and our audiences continue to identify and draw from these fascinating stories season on Season."- Margaret Mathore Head of Channels, M-net East Africa.


Eugene Mbugua, the executive producer, added that this Season has the highest profiles of guests yet.


"We've been doing a season of Stori Yangu on Maisha Magic East for the last three years, and each Season has only gotten better from the previous. We are very excited about this Season because it has the highest profiles of guests yet. We learn how Martha Karua started her law firm, John Allan Namu's brushes with danger, the banking path that Dr Mary Okello created for women across the country and even Kalonzo Musyoka's exploits with diplomacy in South Sudan. There's no other show that takes the audience this close and this intimate into the lives of prominent Kenyans."



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