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What They Became After Cancellation Of Machachari

Machachari is one of the Tv shows Kenyans will always remember. Its content reflected the life kids from different social backgrounds go through as well as the challenges parents face in bringing up the kids. Now that time has passed and the young have become the old, let's give a closer look at the lives of the now-grown famous actors.

Almasi - Ian Nene.

Even if he left the show much earlier, Kenyans can't miss remembering the kid from the rich background who always wanted to spend much of his free time with friends like Govi, Baha, and Stella. Almasi left the show to pursue studies abroad. In 2019, he graduated with a degree from the University of Kent in London.

However, his life has been full of controversies over the last couple of years. This is as a result of his online posts which gave his followers all the reasons to believe that has was gay. Consequently, Ian came out boldly to dismiss such claims.

Govi - Malik Lemuel.

Fans of the show can't fail to remember the younger brother of Baha. He is now a grown-up and spends much of his time planning for his life. For your information, he left the show even before it was officially canceled. Now he has become an entrepreneur with a Real estate company and more other acting projects.

Baha - Kamau Mbaya

He now owns a KM production company, which he said has made its first short film known as " My Slay Queen." He once expressed his disappointment on the cancellation of the show when an online fan asked; " How do you feel that Machachari has now been scrapped off from Citizen Tv?" He replied: " Tbh manze inauma lakini we shouldn't be sad coz it's over..but celebrate juu ilihappen"

Stella - Natasha Ngegie

Stella was an amazing actor back then. She once came out to address rumors that she was a lesbian and depressed. She said: “A YouTube video has been circulating and rumors have it I’m a drug addict, lesbian, depressed, and many other shenanigans. I hereby declare that that is false and just cause I’m not in the spotlight doesn’t mean I’m depressed..."

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