Charity Mwamba has been a TV sensation for more than 10 years in the local TV drama, Mother-In-Law on Citizen TV. She is the main cast in the TV programme and is known for her eye catching role as a mother in law.
The programme's plot revolves on how she treats those around her, especially her workers, sons and daughter-in-laws. She is a strict mother who doesn’t tolerate nonsense and is always over-protective of her sons.
Elizabeth 'Charity Mwamba' Wanjiru started acting at Alliance Girls and rose to prominence courtesy of her larger than life Mother-In-Law role.
Wanjiru who is also a retired teacher, having gone through a painful marriage parted ways with her husband of 13 years in 1981 while she was in her 40's.
In conclusion she owns a postgraduate diploma in Bachelor of Arts from The University of Nairobi. She was also a teacher at Mary Leakey Girls and head at Kambui Girls. She later taught at Thogoto Teachers Training College.
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