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TV queens who no longer grace our screens



These TV news stars give us major nostalgia. Today, we will take a look at TV queens who graced our screens back in the day.

Below is our list of the TV queens who made it worthwhile to watch news.

Kobi Kihara

Kobi Kihara was loved by many for her vibrant aura. She was majorly known for her appearance on ‘Better Living’ a show that aired on NTV.

Katherine Kasavuli

Kasavuli was and will always be considered the queen of TV. She is now retired and manages her own businesses. She is the mother of one.

Catherine Kasavuli
Catherine Kasavuli

Nyatichi Nyasani

Nyatichi was formerly of NTV, KBC, KISS 100, K24.

Going by her social media platforms she is doing quite well away from the screen and can be seen performing in a choir.

She is a gym enthusiast and a mother of three.

Nyatichi Nyasani.

Michele Morgan

She was loved for her voice and laid back nature while hosting on K24.

She is now married to her long term bae identified as Chen. Her love for adrenaline and motorbikes is still alive.

Michele Morgan.

Beatrice Marshall

She started her media career on KBC back in the ‘90s. At that time, she was known as Beatrice Turkwen. She joined KTN as a news presenter soon after leaving KBC.

After an eight-year career at KTN, having been a news anchor on various shows like KTN News Prime, host of Agenda 5 and Diplomatic Perspective, she took on the job as the Deputy Managing Editor in KTN.

Later, she left the station and joined CCTV News. She is still there to date.


Beatrice Marshall3

Sophie Ikenye

Sophie launched her media career at KBC as an intern on the radio. She first appeared on the TV screen while working at this station.

She then moved to NTV, where she was among the top tier TV anchors before she left the station after 12 years in the Kenyan media.

Currently, Sophie is working for the BBC in London as a TV host for the Focus in Africa programme.

She initially started out as a presenter for the radio version of the show and after three years, she moved to the screen when the programme was launched on TV.

Sophie Ikenye

Esther Arunga

The list would be incomplete without the name Esther Arunga, truth be told despite the drama, she was an onscreen darling to many.

She was a host on KTN before she relocated to Australia with her husband Timberlake.

Arunga was charged with misleading the police after her three-year-old son Sinclair Timberlake died as a result of blunt force trauma to his abdomen.

She admitted that she lied in order to protect her husband, Quincy Timberlake.


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