Most celebrities likes to exposure their personal life on social media. The likes of Kim Kardashian and Wajesus. To keep up the fame and rich life this celebrities usually share almost all their daily activities. However, they're some who prefers to keep things under wrap.
In Kenya, they are some celebrities who have chose to separate their private life from public life. We somehow know less about their families, children, wealth, relationships and so on.
1. Sam Gituku - Citizen TV news anchor and reporter Sam Gituku is a handsome man who got married to the love of his life sometimes back and since then no one knows the whereabouts of his wife. The well spoken man prefer a silent kind of life.
2. Nyashinki - Kenyan best rapper Nyashinki is a household name in the showbiz industry since back in days. The "Hapo tu" hitmaker is married to a Kalenjin beauty and the two are blessed with one child. You will never see him post his child or wealth or even his wife. It's very rare. He prefers to keep them away from the limelight.
3. Joyce Omondi and Wahiga Mwaura - Media personality Joyce Omondi and her husband news anchor and reporter Wahiga rarely share about themselves on social media. Not long, she lost her baby and she never shared that until when people came to learn about it when she was almost done grieving.
4. Maina Kageni - Classic 105 morning show presenter Maina Kageni is one kind of person who prefers to live his life silently. No one knows if he is married or have children or even how much he worth.
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