We must preserve our ancient photographs in order to constantly be reminded of our history. This is because people age and evolve as they go through life. When compared to photographs of them taken in the past and today, Otile Brown and Sabina Comedian Njugush have grown into respected, active, and respected members of society while keeping in mind that they are among the nation's leaders. Among Kenyans who have old images of themselves in their archives are the two celebrities.
Otile Brown was born and raised in the coastal city of Mombasa. He is the last born in a family of five – three brothers and one sister. Otile discovered his talent at tender age of 12. He started singing and writing music at age 13.
Here are some of his vintage photos;
Witty Kenyan comedian Timothy Kimani, often known as Njugush, has made significant progress.
Most people are unaware of his journey and think he simply got lucky to become a household name. But for those who have been following him from the beginning, the story is different since they were acquainted with him before he became famous and saw his path to success unfold before their very eyes. The comedian's ability to remember his roots is one of his key qualities, which sets him apart from other people.
Take a look at his vintage photo below
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