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Jamila Mbugua makes a return on TV

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NTV’s Property show will now have a new host, a face that is not new to the media.

Jamila Mbugua will now be the new host of the show that is making a comeback in another new season.

Jamila Mbugua previously worked at K24 a station owned by Media Max Company where she hosted a show called “faraja.” She then went underground in 2015. NTV property show took to social media to introduce their new host saying “she is inquisitive, passionate and bold.

Meet Jamila Mbugua the host of the brand new season of The property show as she drives the conversation on all things property.”

Jamila on the other hand posted a picture of herself quoting “What’s in a home? Let’s find out together…. in the new season, NTV Property Show”

Fans reactions

“Yeeey..you have been missed…yaasss!”

“ Congratulations beauty! We have missed you”

“Wow congratulations my favourite journalist. I can’t wait to see what your have in store for us. May God grace shine all the way as you undertake this new adventure.”

NTV property will airing every Sunday at 5:30 pm

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world


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