In a Youtube interview conducted by Hiram Maina better known as Kamuhunjia, Mama Stella shared how life has changed after Machachari was discounted early last year shortly before the Corona pandemic ravaged the country. Clara Wamaitha Ng'ethe alias Cinderella, Cindy or Mama Stella revealed that she once ran a music studio in Gilgil where she supports young upcoming artists by offering them pocket-friendly services.[Photo courtesy]
Clara highlighted that she spent most of her money on helping her son Martin Mwangi start a catering outlet. The whole idea was to deliver delicacies mostly to offices but due to the strict covid-19 protocols, the business collapsed as many people worked from home while others were laid off leaving them without a source of income.[Photos courtesy]
Sadly after leaving Machachari, Clara developed a skin condition known as vitiligo (a condition in which patches of skin loses their colour). The medication was not cheap as several body organs (kidney, liver & heart) had to be tested to ascertain whether they had been affected by the condition. The cost implications and being a stay-at-home mom drove her to depression but with the help of her family she pulled through but she is still undergoing treatment.[Photos courtesy]
She urged any film producers or directors with a role that suits her character to kindly consider her as she continues to undergo treatment. Finally, she urged her fans to support her financially in starting her shoe business venture approximated to cost at least 150, 000 Kenyan shillings as she tries to regain her financial stability as well as not depending on her children.
Kindly let us know in the comment section what your thoughts are on actors who are struggling financially during this covid-19 period.
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