Maybe it's a rule or just a preference but female news anchors in Kenya will always be in wigs, weaves or straightened hair but will never have plaited hair while presenting news. Well, that is in the exception of Swahili news anchor Zubeida Koome who has dreadlocks. However, there are three female news anchors who have felt the need to go unique and have their hair plaited instead of the usual wigs and weaves.
1. GRACE KURIA
Grace Kuria surprised a number of people when she appeared in a news bulletin in KTN back in the days with a braided hair style. She was the first female news anchor to break the rule or protocol if there is any.
2. BETTY KYALO
The Swahili news anchor at Citizen TV is the latest news anchor to opt for braids. She has done the braided style for a couple of days and she not only looks unique but adorable.
I wish more TV queens would embrace the braided hairstyles and change up the wigs every once in a while. If it's a rule that one shouldn't be on screen with a braided head, these three above have broken the rule already.
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