A list of Kenyan Celebrity TV moms we look up to

The role that TV moms play cannot be understated. Be it local or international, these actresses have a way of bonding with viewers and make the role believable.

Here are some of the TV actresses who have taken the same roles our real mothers take in our real lives.

1. Mama Kayai

Mary Khavere who people know as ‘Mama Kayai’ is a well known personality in the theater and acting world.

She acted alongside the late Mzee Ojwang’ in the famous local show ‘Vitimbi’.

Fans all over the country admire her role as a TV mom.

Huddah Monroe also acted as Kayai in this local show.



2. Mama Baha

Wanjiku Mburu famously known as Mama Baha on the local show Machachari is known for her strict and also subtle role as a mom in the local show.

Mama Baha is not only famous for her strict role, she is also known for gentle way is raising her family in the show. Her personality is one to admire.


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3. Mrs Charity Mwamba

Elizabeth Wanjiru alias Charity Mwamba is a house hold name in Kenya for her assertive role in Kenya’s local show ‘Mother In Law’.

“Mrs Mwamba” has shown us the day-to-day lives of an elderly woman who as to deal with live in in-laws and ‘gossipy’ workers.

Charity’s Mwamba’s role has showed us the essence of a mother in law and the impact they have in our lives.


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4. Patricia McKenzie

Helen Keli alias Patricia McKenzie plays the mum in ‘Selina’, as mother to Nelson and his sister.

Her character is a woman from a moneyed, well-connected family.

We can see the sense of love that she has for her children through out the Kenyan drama series.


5. Wilbroda

‘Wilbroda’ aka Nyaminde acts in the popular television show known as ‘papa Shirandula’. She acts as the wife to papa Shirandula.

Wilbroda, known as the mother of Naliaka and a naive wife who does not understand the business that the husband does.




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‘My In-laws deserted us with their son’s bill of 1.2 million’ City woman

A female caller shocked Maina Kageni after confessing how her sister’s husband was in a coma for two months and no one from his family visited him.

She said that despite all this, her sister stood by her husband  until his last breath.

Maina let me share a story of my sister.

Her husband was diabetic and it reached a point he could not even go to work. All he could do is drink.

Many are the times he lied to my sister that he is at the office only for the secretary to confirm he had not even been seen at the premises.

One day he collapsed in town was in a coma for two months. My sister visited him everyday crying at his bedside as if the world was ending.

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A sick man resting on a hospital bed
A sick man resting on a hospital bed

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All this time no one from his family came to visit. At some point he died and left behind a bill of Ksh 1.2 million.

It reached a point where I would tell my sister that the man is already dead we should just take him to a morgue already but she adamantly refused.


When he died only one guy from his family came with Ksh 30,000. We sent them a budget and we finally managed to bury him after arranging for a harambee.

If your In-Laws are not supportive you can’t be able to support your man.

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Couple goals: Lovely photos of Former Mother In Law actress Kate and hubby Phil

Diamonds are nothing when am rocking with you
Diamonds are nothing when am shining with you

This is a quote Phil used to describe former mother in law actress Kate when sharing a cute photo of them.

He has also said this about her:

She illuminates the greatness in me and everyday, am the luckiest man alive coz I wake up next to her @kate_actress#WCW

Kate and Phil have a love we all long for and we feature them today as our cutest celebrity couple of the day.

Check out their loved up pics:


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Kate and Phil
All loved up Kate and Phil
Rocking Kitenge: Kate and Phil
Glowing: Kate and Phil
Dinner: Kate and Phil
A man treating his Queen
All white : Kate and Phil
Cuteness overload: Kate and Phil



‘My Mother Is Back,’ Citizen TV Actor Whose Mum Died Exclaims After Welcoming A Baby Girl (PHOTOS)

Kenyan actor John Githui, known for his role as Rasta on Citizen TV’s drama Mother-In-Law, couldn’t contain his excitement after his wife gave birth to a bouncing baby girl over the weekend.

Taking to Facebook on Saturday, April 1 shared the good news with his friends and thanked God for blessing his family with the newborn.

Understandably, the actor was even more elated since his daughter was born one year and three months after his mother went to be with the Lord.

Rasta’s mother Nancy Wangechi Githui died on January 24, 2016 after developing stomach complications and meningitis.

He described her as one person whom he loved greatly, adding that he feels so empty now that she’s gone when he broke the sad news on social media. Wangechi was later laid to rest on February 3, 2016 Nyeri county.

On March 31, 2017, Ras and his wife Shanti welcomed a baby girl into their family. As such, it’s easily understandable what the actor meant when he said his mother is back.

The newborn is the couple’s third child. Ras and Shanti already have two children namely Tasha and Liam.

“My mother is back! Born last night. I thank the Almighty God for the blessings,” Ras captioned the photo below.


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