Wanjiku Stephens is popularly known by the name Vanessa from the local TV show. She was among the most loved characters in the series who always did the best while acting out her role as the daughter and sister of the Hausa's.
Rumours have been circulating on social media concerning her break up with her boyfriend who works with the United state's army. Her latest post on instagram account page elicited a lot of reactions on social media.
She shared a photo of her best friend while enjoying a video together. On her caption she wrote saying that if a man that claims to have her won't be able to look at her like Ian Mussili looked at her, then she would not give them a Chance.
Netizens reacted to this post as majority of them fell in love with how cheerful the two looked in the video that she shared. One hilariously asked the two of them to marry each other but Vanessa replied claiming that none of them is interested with the other. Check out on the reaction that were made on social media.
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