Baha speaks out days after Machachari was scrubbed off Citizen TV

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Machachari’s Baha speaks out days after show was scrubbed off Citizen TV

Former Machachari actor Tyler Kamau Mbaya aka Baha has sent a message of appreciation to brains behind the “Baha” brand that has been on our screens for the past 13 years.

Baha noted that he is grateful to all who helped him build the “Baha” character, as he gears up his new journey as an independent act, after Machachari was scrubbed off Citizen TV.

“Been A Helluva Ride With you Bahati Juma. My Sincere Appreciation Goes to the Creators of 'BAHA' Manze 'Coz Walicheza na Rieng Videadly sana to a point where I got to experience this Persona of a Ghetto Boy who is too rebellious yet still smart, Hence turning out to be a polarizing young man, Najua MaBoy Child pale Ghetto can relate And I've got Nothing but Love for your Support over the years. Ps, I'm Actually just you're Average Boy from the Village . Till We Meet Again.#KamauDiaries🇰🇪 #SinemaNiKazi #BahaMachachari wrote Kamau Mbaya.

No more Machachari

Just the other day, the Citizen TV management made changes in its programming replacing Machachari with a new show called Johari.

Reports indicate that the show was brought to an end after it outlived its relevance since many of its actors had hit the legal age.

Johari's plotline revolves around kids having fun around Mt Kenya.

Currently, Baha runs own YouTube channel dubbed KM TV (Kamau Mbaya TV).


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