Know The Current Work of Ex Tahidi High Actor, Mr. Kilunda
By JayB_Ke | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 15071 views
T.K Kitana aka Mr. Kilunda is a popular person in the country because of the acting skills he displayed in the local drama show of Tahidi high, aired on Citizen TV. Kenyans.co.ke revealed his whereabouts after staying behind the scenes for a long period.
The no-nonsense teacher in the drama Show is carrying out most of the day to day activities that make his end meet at Machakos Counts as revealed by the source indicated above.
He is not that secretive hence revealed to Kenyans.co.ke that he is a farmer and a businessman in that region. He has employed several people who are helping him rum the farms and businesses.
Some of the businesses he runs include Saloon, Barber Shop, and M-Pesa just to mention a few. He is a husband and father of one lovely girl. The former actor is a true indication that anyone can do two or three jobs and succeed in both. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.
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