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Meet The Little Angels Lila And Fila Of The Zora Show And Their Real Life Story

The entertainment industry in Kenya is now focusing on developing young talents by producing TV shows with scripts that include children. The aim is to nurture these abilities and make them much useful and high quality in the future. We've seen several kids acting, dancing and doing artistic skills as they grow. Following that idea, early this year in March Citizen TV released a drama program which composed of kids, middle aged and older characters. 

Among these little ones we have very amazing and greatly talented princesses called Lila and Fila who act as sisters in the show. They're such beautiful kids, confident, courageous and fluent in communication. In the script they do the role of being Madiba's children and their mother passed out through a road accident. Their dad really loves them and can do anything for their sake even when in troubles he attends to them first. 

To get much deeper, let's now check on their real life away from acting. Let's begin with Fila. Her name is Angel Achieng, ten years old. Apart from being an actress she's a musician, acrobat and dancer. In the family she's the firstborn and has a little brother with whom she spends much time playing around and posting cute photos on social media. In addition to her creativity, Fila has already released a gospel song called holy spirit. 

On the other hand, we have Lila, whose real name is Nyambiya Syekei 8 years old. This gorgeous girl is a singer, gymnast and good dancer too. At the moment she's an alumna of Red Forth Kids where she used to train in advancing musical skills. Being an expert here, Lila has managed to make a number of covers such as colours of the wind and someone you loved. 

Their abilities have continued to be a source of inspiration to many young people who really want to grow and be like them. It's also our prayer that the little angels will be the best actresses in the coming generations. Let the entertainment industry be blessed for being in front line to ensure every talent is utilized in the best way possible. 

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