If you an avid fan of the locally produced shows, you must have bumped into a couple of episodes of drama packed Maria show which aired on Citizen TV. Maria was described as one of the best scripted shows locally as this was evident after it attracted a huge fan base which later translated into various accolades and trophies. However, the first season of the show came to a close early this year on March 18, 2021, and was replaced by Zora which has also lived up to the high standards set by Maria.[Photos courtesy]
After the show ended the cast ventured into different hustles with a few of them joining the new show Zora while others have not been seen on our screen sets. One cast who has not been on set is Dennis Musyoka who appeared on the show as Boss William Hausa. While appearing in an interview with Hiram, Dennis revealed that apart from being an actor he is a certified accountant, staunch businessman and a renowned scriptwriter/producer who has produced many local shows.[Photos courtesy]
After Maria TV came to an end, Dennis Musyoka was shocked and surprised as he thought that Maria was at the peak and it did not deserve to be terminated the show but he had no option but to move on with life. Currently, he is actively involved in scriptwriting for the new show Zora which airs on Citizen TV and Uriru wa Wendo (Inooro TV) as well as being actively involved in his businesses.
Kindly catch up with the whole interview on this Youtube link.
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