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Vera Sidika, Dr Ofweneke to host a reality TV show

Kenyan beauty queen Vera Sidika and Thursday Night Live host Dr. Ofweneke will jointly be hosting a reality TV show on Startimes.

The reality TV show dubbed Hello Mr. Right will premier on Startimes Novela E channel every Saturday at 9:40pm and will run until March 2019.

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Taking on social media, Vera Sidika broke the news by posting a picture of herself and Dr.Ofweneke with the caption “hosting “hello Mr. Right” TV show with Dr.Ofweneke, coming soon on Startimes.”

The reality show has had a good run in Nigeria and for the first time it’s making entry into Kenya.

Vera Sidika’s fans took time to congratulate her with some admiring her outfit from the picture. Other cannot wait for the TV show to start airing as others inquire on the requirements to join the show.

Its not the first time that Vera Sidika will be gracing a TV show having been part of the cast member of the famous Nairobi Diaries that airs on K24.

Also read:Otile Brown is done with Vera and he is back to dating

Last month the renowned business woman was trending on the internet following her bitter break up with ex-lover Otile Brown. Vera exposed Otile’s dirty laundry therefore embracing him.

A few days later Vera Sidika dropped her first single Nalia which has received millions of views on YouTube.

Allegation of Otile Brown being the ghost writer of the song popped up with Vera shutting down sources saying that Otile had no idea she was making a song in the first place.

Slavian Mwangecho
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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