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Former Citizen TV presenter Jacque Maribe hits HSC trolls

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Former Citizen TV presenter Jacque Maribe has hit back at people who speak negatively about HSC award.

Addressing the issue on Instagram, the former Citizen TV presenter asked the question as to whether people really research on the reward.

Also read: Jacque Maribe allegedly tenders her resignation at Citizen TV

The whole issue came up following Dennis Itumbi’s discussion on K24 punchline where he explained why he was given the award by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Dennis Itumbi simply said the award in 2017 was a result of their good performance that was noticed by the President himself.

Also read: Muthaiga OCS in trouble over trending Itumbi Maribe photos

Others who were handed the Head of State Commendation, HSC included blogger Robert Alai, Pauline Njoroge and Jacque Maribe herself.

Blogger Robert Alai advised trolls to concentrate on more important matters of the country.

Jacque Maribe, son and comedian Erick Omondi

Three days ago the former presenter came out in the open to address rumors about her son.

Also read: Jacque Maribe visits Dennis Itumbi following his arrest

Together with comedian Erick Omondi they both showed how good parents they were to their son.

It was the first time that she was speaking of the issue that had Kenyans speculating that Erick Omondi was the father.

Celine Wakesho
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