Celebs aged above 30 and 40 ,They make 40’s look like the new 16

They are not ranked in any order, here is our list of female Kenyan celebrities who are over 30-years-old, but look like they are barely 20.

From Julie Gichuru to Wahu they prove that age is just but a number.

Yvonne Okwara Matole

While some women would shy away from revealing their age, Yvonne Okwara is not afraid to let everyone know how old she is. Yvonne a senior anchor and editor is 35-years-old yet she does not look anything like above 30.


Sheila Mwanyighah

She makes curves look so good,she is the epitome of aging like fine wine,despite the fact that she is past her 30’s she could easily be mistaken for a 25 year old.


Julie Gichuru

Julie Gichuru is proving everyday that age is nothing but a number. The gorgeous beauty is one of the female veterinary news anchors, and recently celebrated her birthday declaring she is 44.


Pierra Makena

Pierra Makena always graces our television sets, she is an actress, DJ and TV show host. She is 35 years if you were to guess her age, you would think she is much younger.

The mother of one received so many hateful messages after she gave birth to her daughter, with many attacking her for her weight but she didn’t let that put her down and gave a stern clapback to all her haters.

Pierra Makena and her daughter


Lupita Nyong’o

Daughter to veteran politician and the governor of Kisumu city Anyang Nyong’o, Lupita is an oscar award winner who does not look anything like her real age which.

If you were to guess her age you would pass her off as to be on her late 20’s. Lupita is 35 years and aging gracefully.

Wahu Kagwi Mathenge

Wahu is a legendary Kenyan female artist who is married to a fellow artist David Mathenge better known as Nameless a legend too in the Kenyan music industry. Wahu has two kids with her husband Nameless. Wahu is 37 years.


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Celebrities who attended First lady Margaret Kenyatta’s Beyond zero Campaign 4th Edition Launch

The First Lady has relaunched the 4th edition of the Beyond Zero marathon set to take place in 2019 on 10th March.

She registered as the first participant. The goal of this initiative is having universal health coverage for children and mothers around the country.

Some female celebrities and  government officials were in attendance to support The First lady in this initiative where they also registered and bought t shirts in preparation for this event

Below are some of the celebrities who attended this relaunch.

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1. Catherine Kariuki aka Fashionable step mom

She took to Instagram to say,

”It was my pleasure to attend the first lady’s launch and rebrand of the 4th Beyond Zero marathon happening on the 10th of march 2019. i already register and have my t-shirt, Ready to start training in the new year God willing.”


2. Grace Msalame

She also took to Instagram to encourage her followers to attend the event,

”Some much needed positive energy this morning at state house as the first lady launched her beyond Zero 2019  Marathon slated for 10th March! I got my shirt and ready”


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3. Sheila Mwanyigha

In an Instagram post, she said,

”A pleasure to be part of the beyond zero 2019 marathon launch and stakeholders luncheon at state house hosted by H.E Margaret Kenyatta.”


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Kenyan female celebrities who are single and still look hot

These female celebrities have accomplished a lot in the Kenyan entertainment industry and all this is without a better half in their lives. Not only are they aging like fine wine, but they are also taking over the world with their massive talents. They however still leave their fans wondering when they will see a man in their lives.

Below are some of the female celebrities who are single.

1. Joy Kendi


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2. Patricia Kihoro


3. June Gachui


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5. Sheila Mwanyigha


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Here is Sheila Mwanyiga’s advice for NJAAANUARY

No one overspends more than Kenyans, especially during the festive season. From travelling upcountry to throwing endless parties Kenyans overspend without thinking about tomorrow.

As we all know, January aka Njaanuary is one of the toughest months and former radio queen Sheila Mwanyigha has decided to offer a piece of advice to her fellow Kenyans on how to survive in the next two weeks (Njaanuary).

Sheila Mwanyigha

Here are the five tips on how to survive Njaanuary by Sheila Mwanyigha.

1. Pay most of your January bills now

In January, you will still have school fees to pay and rent among other bills. And you will need to fuel your car or or keep aside bus fare to work.

How about you get a head start now? That way, come 2018, even if your bank account is empty, you will have your bases covered.

2. Skip the supermarket shopping, go to a wholesale shop instead

Preparing to cook up a feast? Don’t make your beeline to the supermarkets. Instead, look out for a nearby wholesale shop and buy the essentials.

You may have to get it in bulk, say 20 kg bag of rice (about Sh2000 depending on brand) instead of buying the 5 kg you need that will cost you Sh200 less.

The great thing is you will be left with enough foodstuff to last you through January and February even after cooking up a storm.

3. Hosting friends and family? Try potluck

If you have a large group of people coming over, identify three or four people who wouldn’t mind bringing over a dish.

You can get Jane, who makes fabulous cakes to bring one over. Dessert covered. Christine who makes wonderful samosas can bring some over.

Tea time covered. The trick is in asking nicely, especially if you had committed to hosting.

4. Forget the local grocery, go to the big markets

As convenient as it is to leave the grocery shopping to the last day, you will save a few coins by taking two hours of your weekend to scout the market.

Buy lots of the vegetables that don’t spoil easily in larger quantities. These are the carrots, beets, onions, garlic, peas etc.

Package them well and store as recommended.

Tip: Buy tomatoes and avocados of different ripeness scale.

5. Skip the butchery, go to the farmer

If you can get your chicken or goat for your Christmas feast from a farmer, your wallet will thank you.

The downside is having to do the actual slaughtering, but this is how I bond with my children. My 8-year-old daughter can slaughter chicken like a pro.


Sheila Mwanyigha Hits The Gym After Being Body Shamed

Former NTV presenter Sheila Mwanyigha is finally hitting the gym after fans noticed that she has gained weight.

After being forced out of NTV, Mwanyigha has now become one of the chief editors on a popular online magazine and it seems she is smiling all the way to the bank.

And a little burger once in a while doesn’t hurt. But first, let us take a flashback with this photo:


After fans trolled her for adding weight, the Niwe Wako Milele hitmaker has now turned to the gym and is determined to ‘bring sexy back.’

She shared a photo of her at the gym and simply captioned;

‘One day at a time! 😊😊😊#progressnotperfection #MyMaisha’