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Remember Mule From Tahidi High? Find Out What He Does For A Living (Photos)

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Many Millenials watched the high school drama series Tahidi High when growing up. The show aired weekly on Tuesday at 7:30 pm on Citizen TV and it highlighted the plight of Mr Tembo (principal) and deputy principal Mrs Morgan trying to contain the mischievous and unruly students who were always up to no good. The show groomed many actors and Mule was among the talented actors who graced the show playing the role of a charming yet troublesome student.[Photo courtesy]

Professional Career.

Ferdinand Omondi, popularly known as Mule apart from being a thespian is a scholar who attended Kenya Institute of Mass Communication where he pursued a Diploma in Mass Communication and a Bachelors from St Paul University. Currently, he works at BBC Africa as the Swahili Kenyan Correspondent based in Nairobi. His career as a journalist spans 12 years in radio, television and online reporting.[Photos courtesy]

Do you know he is a big Chelsea supporter?

Family Life.

Behind every successful man is a supportive woman and Ferdinand is no exception as he is happily married to Caroline Njeri Ng'ang'a. She is the founder and CEO at Crafts With Meaning and doubles up as a board member at Eco-Tourism Kenya. Here is a glimpse of the lovely family.[Photos courtesy]

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