Most of the Kenyan celebrities have left a milestone after transforming from grass to grace. Their life stories are touching and motivating.
1. Felix Odiwuor
Felix Odiwuor alias Jalang'o is a media personality and a comedian whose efforts have yielded fruits. Jalas once confirmed that they were struggling to make ends meet as a family. However, through hard work, he's now having promising income that has totally changed his past appearance. He's among Kenyans earning a six-figure salary every month.
Before venturing into politics, Kalonzo had a different look away from the current one. He entered politics in 1983, when he ran for the Kitui North parliamentary seat. Previous photos from this political giant will make you rethink about the future. He's totally transformed through money.
3. Rashid Abdalla And Lulu Hassan
The duo are a source of inspiration to many Kenyans. They are one of the best media personalities and couples. No one believes how they were able to transform from their previous lives. It's a total difference with the current appearence. Rashid and Lulu are currently news anchors at Citizen TV.
4. Daniel Ndabuki
Daniel is a Kenyan working in the comedy industry. He's famously known us Churchill and running the Churchill show loved by most Kenyans. Before getting money, Churchill looked so different. His transformation has remained a source of encouragement to many youths in the country.
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