Neema is a character in Zora drama which airs on Citizen TV every weekdays from Monday to Friday,7.30pm to 8.00pm. She plays a role of Neema a talkative girl just landed in Nairobi and doing her hustle in a prominent family. She displays the character so well and you may be tempted to think she is what she acts.
Neema is a Kenyan citizen from coastal regions. She graduated from Mombasa Training Institute where she pursued a diploma in journalism and mass communication and currently works at Baraka FM 95.5,a radio station as a presenter and creative.
She cultivated her talents and in the year 2008,she won an award of the best actress at National Drama Festival held in Nakuru.
In the year 2012,her career in acting kicked off and joined a program named S.A.F.E Pwani. The program creates awareness to issues afflicting the community like health and reproduction and water and sanitation and many other issues.
Neema Sulubu,is from a family of six sisters and a brother. Unfortunately,Neema lost her Father in the year 2020,aged 76 years old. Despite the loss, she foldly testified that her dad has been a greatest anchor in her acting career. She was encouraged and this made her bold to soldier on no matter how situations proved to be difficult for her.
Neema is in her late twenties and she has become a great inspiration to many young people and older people at large. We hope she maintains the path to her destiny.
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