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Wabosha's podcast to tell stories of top personalities

Investigative journalist John-Allan Namu, Willis Chimano from Sauti Sol and Vivo Activewear CEO Wandia Gichuru among those featured

In Summary

• Wabosha said the podcast was created to be a space for candid conversations that encourage people to pursue the life they want to live

Maxine Wabosha
Maxine Wabosha
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Content creator Wabosha Maxine has partnered with newly launched Shahara platform to release her first podcast "A Letter to My Younger Self."

Among those featured in the 9-episode podcast are investigative journalist John-Allan Namu, Willis Chimano from Sauti Sol, Vivo Activewear CEO Wandia Gichuru, Olympic Weightlifter Winnie Okoth, and Musician Karun (formally of Camp Mulla).

Speaking about the podcast, Wabosha said it was created to be a space for candid conversations that encourage people to pursue the life they want to live.

"You’re going to go through a lot of changes in your journey and make a lot of mistakes along the way."

The podcast is hosted on the Shahara platform—which is both web and mobile-based—at a fee of Sh100 for Wabosha’s episode. The other eight episodes come for free and paying for Wabosha's.

"I am appealing to all fans to support the podcast. We as content creators spend a lot of time, effort and money doing our work," she said.