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The Most Stylish Citizens TV Actresses With Their Killer Fashion

Catherine Kamau Karanja

Catherine Karanja is known to many as Kate Actress and also known for her role as Selina in Citizen TV Show the Mother In Law. She started acting back in high school and has grown her talent since then. She has also taken part in a number of shows including Sue na Jonie in 2017, Plan B and Disconnect. Apart from acting Kate Actress has a unique sense if fashion that we cannot fail to admire. Below are her dazzling photos with killer fashion style you can copy from.

Sarah Hassan

Sarah Hassan is a Kenyan actress, model and a former TV host. She first made her appearance on TV after she was featured in the Tahidi High Drama as Tanya. She also hosted the Wedding Show until December 2014. She is currently the lead actress in the Zora Series at Citizen TV and is married to Martin Dale, together they are blessed with a son. Besides acting, she is loves fashion which has enabled her become a brand ambassador to several local fashion lines.

Jacky Vike 

Jackie Bike also known as Awinja is a Kenyan actress and a comedian. She first made her debut on Papa Shirandula in 2009 in the role of a heavily accented house-girl. Awinja is married to a radio host and are blessed with a bouncing baby boy. Awinja’s has a killer fashion that every mother should try and copy from her. Everything she wears always look unique in her.

Beatrice Chege

Beatrice Dorea Chege is known well for her role as Maggy in the Maria series which was aired on Citizen TV. She has a diploma in Journalism And Mass Communication from Daystar University and said that she will be going back to school for her degree. Maggy is the true definition of beauty with brains. She rocks in any outfit she decides to put on. You can easily tell that she is a fashion.

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