[Photo courtesy] If you are an avid lover of local shows, you must have bumped into a couple of episodes of the local drama series Papa Shirandula which aired on Citizen TV every Thursday at 7:30 pm. One of the most talented actresses who appeared on the show included Joy Furaha Karambu who was popularly known as Kawira who played the role of a naive high school girl from Meru county for over 12 years.
Makacha Makokha was born in the western part of Kenya in early of 1970s, but was brought up and grew up in Nairobi’s Maringo estate in Eastlands. He first came to Nairobi in 1992. Mathias Keya alias Alfonse dot Makacha dot Makokha is a talented Kenyan Actor who became known for his acting in Vitimbi show.
If you love watching Maisha Magic East, then you must have seen these drama show called Hullabaloo Estate which is always aired from Monday to Wednesday at 9:30pm and Friday at 8pm.
Many people who grew up in the 90s and early 2000s know how great it was to watch some of the TV shows that were back then. These TV shows were mostly aired on Kenya Broadcasting Corporation, KBC, where they were viewed by the hundreds of thousands of Kenyans that owned TVs back then.
Meet Abdi of Inspekta Mwala in real life, beautiful and children. (Photos) Abdi Munai's real name is Mohamed Ratib. He is a well Luhya by the tribe. Munai managed to join media after 7 years as a dancer at KBC as an actor and comedian. At this time he acted Vioja Mahakamani and vitimbi and also starred on NTV comical shows like Redykulas as well as Intrukalas. Mohamed always gives crazy ideas to his colleagues making them fall into trouble with Inspector Mwala in the drama series that is aired on Citizen TV
The media industry has come a long way since the days of a monopoly in the industry. The Voice of Kenya(VOK) had been a monopoly in the '70s and '80s. It was a state-run radio station hence you would expect zero criticism of the government. The Kenya Broadcasting Corporation was similarly a monopoly in the television stations. Do you remember the days of the famous Vitimbi and Vioja Mahakamani plays on KBC? Those days were pretty cool though the situation has improved with time. Today let's celebrate the various
If you don't know Mama Kayai in the Kenyan entertainment industry then it seems you are either one, you are very young or maybe you ignore the local contents so much.
[Photo courtesy] Vioja Mahakamani and Vitimbi are undoubtedly the show that pioneered and propelled the rise of local films in our country.
[Photo courtesy] Gibson Gathu Mbugua popularly known as the staunch Vioja Mahakamani 'Kiongozi wa mashtaka' alias prosecutor is hailed as one of the pioneers of the Kenyan acting industry having graced our television sets for over two decades.
Photo courtesy Vioja Mahakamani is a comedy show that depicted the setting of a typical court in Kenya trying to solve wrangles in the society in a hilarious manner. It was a full house as it involved prosecutors, lawyers, judges, a crowd and the suspects arraigned in court. The judge known to some as Mama G was a tough-talking judge who took mercy on the suspects who were found guilty and more so she had no time for games while the court was in session. In the comedy series, Lucy made rulings on many cases
Ondiek Nyuka Kwota is a former actor of Vioja Mahakamani. After the show ended, they joined up with the likes of Makokha and Josphat Olexander and started a show that runs o KTN called Daktari. The show is a Kenyan local show that acts daily life activities but with some humor in it. Daktari show like Vioja Mahakamani, has gained popularity among Kenyans. The shows airs every Tuesay from 7:45 pm. Ondiek Nyuka Kwota is the doctor in the show and hence everyone else’s boss. He is the one who secures job for
Well-known comedy shows Vioja Mahakamani and Vitimbi are set to get back to TV following a seven-year break.The shows will be aired at the Kenya Broadcasting center (KCB) once it resumes.Different sources conscious of the advancements revealed to Kenyans.co.ke that the shows which had circulated for almost thirty years before drapes shut will receive their old arrangement yet fuse groundbreaking thoughts and scriptwriting methods.
Photo courtesy Davis Hezron Mwabili known to many as Inspekta Mwala is among the pioneers of Kenyan comedy. From his days at Vitimbi and Vioja Mahakamani, Inspekta Mwala has come a long way in his acting career. He is well known for his show branded after him, Inspekta Mwala which aired on Citizen TV every Monday at 7:30 pm to 8:00 pm. He doubles up as an actor, comedian, emcee and a radio presenter. He recently made headlines when he announced that he was quitting his radio job, after a 13-year stint at Citizen
Ondiek Nyuka Kwota is a skilled Kenyan actor but comedian who debuted between KBC’s comedian film “Vioja Mahakamani.” Vioja Mahakamani historic after stand a must watch amongst many Kenyans back among the Nineteen Nineties and rapidly 2000s. The utility stored deep glued to their displays yet stuffed theirs hearts along will or laughter. Ondiek endeared himself in accordance to many Kenyans alongside his terrific Genius at a epoch now appearing aged in imitation of hold cutting-edge amongst Kenya yet actors
Photo/courtesy For those who used to watch ‘Vioja Mahakamani’ you’d often watch the no-nonsense magistrate who often had the final say. You’d wonder if that was her true personality. Lucy Wangui, a legendary actress appeared on Switch TV during the weekly show Chat Spot. The show was hosted by Kush Tracey and Nana Owiti. Lucy Wangui narrated how the popular courtroom comedy programme came to popularity. According to her, the programme was initially called ‘Koti Ya Kiberenge’ in Kiswahili which means
(Photo;Courtesy) Vioja mahakamani is set to return to TV with original cast to excite fans. The famous Vioja Mahakami show is set for a return on television, and this time, the crop of veteran actors, who made it popular, will also be making a comeback to display that they still got what it takes.
The most favorite Kenyan courtroom drama show Vioja Mahakamani which was fan's favorite show in KBC Channel 1 is set to return.This romour was confirmed by experienced actor Prosecutor who said that fans will be informed when it is ready transmitting live.Speaking in an interview ,Prosecutor known as Gibson Mbugua revealed that creating film in thd middle of the pandemic is an enormous challenge.He also said that it was a bit difficult for the actors as they were not able to access the filming location.
Lucy Wangui is an actress. She is known for her role as the no-nonsense magistrate in television drama Vioja Mahakamani which used to air on KBC.Lucy was honored with a lifetime achievement award at the sixth edition of the Sanaa Theatre Awards. Lucy wangui has featured on other TV programs like Darubini, Mzima Duni, Zuberi Kivunja Mbavu and Vitimbi. Lucy says that acting is profitable stating that with acting she has build a home for her family, she has bought a car and even started investing in real estate.
Vioja Mahakamani is a Kenyan comedy series and one of the country's most popular television shows. The show has been broadcast for 25 years. The show is now set to commence on television after a long time break. The famous vioja mahakamani comedy show is coming back on TV, and the veteran actors are set to display that they still got what it takes for their show.The show was fabulous and much educative to Kenyans and now they are happy for the show.
A suspect charged in a Nairobi court on Tuesday, for causing disturbance pleaded for leniency, explaining before Mlimani Chief Magistrate, Martha Mutuku, that he was intoxicated at the time of the offence. Wycliff Orinda, who had been charged with causing disturbance at Revlon Plave, in the city on Monday, narrated to the magistrate that he was high on cannabis and alcohol. The accused converted te courtroom into a theatre, similar to that of the court drama, Vioja Mahakamani, aired on KBC TV in the 80s and