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Meet Ex Tahidi high Actor Who Quit the Show After Citizen TV Bosses Allegedly Forced Him (Photos)

Tahidi high was one of the favorite local drama shows in the country. It is being repeated at Citizen TV currently. Most of the celebrated actors played different roles in the show. has disclosed its ex-actor who stopped acting after allegedly being forced by his then bosses.

He played the role of a student identified as Mule the source has described being having a mischievous character. This was before he ventured into the journalism field. Ferdinand Waititu had a passion for acting but ended it because of some reasons.

He got a job at Citizen TV as a reporter when he was still acting in Tahidi high which was being aired at the same station. The character he portrayed in the show was quite different from that of a journalist hence fell on the wrong side with Citizen TV's bosses.

He was forced to choose between acting and being a reporter because he could not do all of them. He said that the show was being shot at a time he was going to report news hence it was a bit difficult to carry out both.

He decided to quit the show. Surprisingly, the actor's salary increased from KSh.3,000 to 10,000 per episode when he was leaving. Omondi reported the news at Citizen TV for 3 years. He joined NTV and later KTN.

He got a job at BBC after he applied. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.

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Citizen TV Ferdinand Waititu Mule Tahidi


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