Kawira was one of the best actresses in the local Papa Shirandula show which used to air every Thursday on Citizen TV. The show came to an end when Covid-19 affected our country and up to now, the situation isn't any better. Many people have become so jobless and majority can't put food on their table. The entertainment industry was greatly affected and basically many actors and actress do solo videos them post on their social media pages. Kawira's acting career was cut short all over sudden and she became so jobless. As reported by TUKO, Kawira was in an interview session and she pleaded with Kenyans to help her out. Kawira said that she's isn't working for now and she needs anybody who can link her with any career opportunity be it brand endorsements, advertisement or even radio tasks. She said that she's ready to do any job and raise a living for herself. Kawira urged other celebrities to come out and speak to Kenyans instead of dying in depression. The actress claimed that anybody who knows of any job vacancy can alert her since she is very ready to do anything.
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