Abel Mutua popularly known as Mkurugenzi is a celebrated Kenyan artist who is known fr his impeccable storytelling abilities and creative scripts. The father to an 11-year-old scripted Tahidi High. The high school drama was warmly appreciated and enjoyed by Kenyans. He is also responsible for scripting The Real House helps of Kawangware, Mother-in-law, and other renowned comedy-related shows.
Abel Mutua politely accepted to be interviewed by Liz Jackson after attending the ShinCity Festival. The presenter thanked Abel for always finding time to interact with his fans. She narrated how he used to greet her after casting as an extra for a certain film.
"I remember the day I had just finished doing my extra role. On my way home, he lowered his car window and waved at me", Liz Jackson narrated. She expressed her surprise at a celebrity showing concern about his fellow cast members.
Jackson revealed that his bubbly personality and humility have always intrigued and increased her respect towards Abel. "He is always good vibes. He will never ignore you, Liz said.
She revealed that on the numerous occasions she has interviewed and worked with Abel he is always happy. "Ni kama hana siku mbaya at akiwa nayo he will never treat you badly", Jackson added.
Source. Instagram. Abel Mutua and Judy Nyawira [Image| Courtesy]
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