Once a TV girl,…
Our once favorite News anchor Jacque Maribe has finally announced her official comeback after taking a one-year-long break from our TV screens.
Maribe will host a new show dubbed ‘The Hot Seat’ every Sunday evening, where she is set to discuss about political matters and conduct political interviews.
“Are you ready???
She’s back…after a sabbatical from your screens…And she’s bringing on the heat…raw conversations, political affiliations, indepth inspiration….the heat is on, only on #TheHotSeat With the super team @thesarahmwangi @omarih_k_hiram @georgeoraro and @mokahstudios.” Wrote Jacque on her first official announcement about the show.
The show premieres on Sunday the 9th and will be broadcasted on Youtube and Facebook channels.
Speaking to Nairobi News, the show producer Sarah Mwangi disclosed that the first episode will be about Miss Maribe’s life’s journey and how she grew to become a political journalist.
While the rest of the episodes will basically be about ongoing political matters.
“The show premieres on Sunday on Facebook and YouTube. Episode 1 will feature Jacque’s life story about her growing up and her passion for political journalism. Going forward, the show will tackle political matters,” said Miss Mwangi.
The official teaser of the show was also released, and it featured Maribe speaking deeply about her recent experiences.
“It’s been a roller-coaster this past year, trying to take it all in, trying to smile when you know you can’t.” Said Maribe.
She further spoke emotionally about how her dreams were shuttered after her scandal with Jowie ruined all her opportunities back in 2018.
“You begin to feel like everything is falling into place, and everything makes sense until one day you have no idea what the world just decides to do.” narrated Maribe.
Maribe quit her former news job at Citizen TV last year on July 3rd for alleged personal reasons.
However, a close source disclosed that her bosses asked her to resign after she was spotted on the company of Dennis Itumbi who was facing criminal charges involving Deputy president Ruto then.