Sultana, a Citizen TV show produced by media power couple Lulu Hassan and Rashid Abdalla, is the most watched show right now. The show stars stunning and talented actresses. The focus of today's article will be Dida and Sultana;
Winnie Bwire is the lovely lady who plays Dida on Sultana. She is married to Dan Sonko in real life. The couple met in the media and have appeared together on several shows. The performer admitted to marrying Sonko with his children, and she has been a wonderful mother to the two.
Dida is the epitome of beauty and intelligence. The lovely entertainer has consistently left fans praising her dark beauty, encouraging other women to embrace and appreciate their skin tone as much as she does.
Mwanaasha Johari is an accomplished actress, model, and artist. In Kenya's broadcasting industry, she is a rising star.
In real life, the actor is not blind and prefers to keep her personal life private, unlike her partners, who are all over social media platforms.
Mwanaasha was born on the coast and is a Muslim. Regardless, there have been no revelations about her instructive foundation, which has been the focus of attention.
The actress is stunning, and her fans frequently shower her with sweet messages on social media praising her beauty. She personifies what it means to be an African sovereign. She has lovely short hair and a delightful smile.
Take a look at their lovely photos below;
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