- Marua was unveiled as the new co-host alongside popular comedian Dr Ofweneke and therapist Gertrude Mungai
- Marua expressed her commitment to ensuring that the show is both entertaining and educational
Diana Marua, the wife of Kenyan singer Bahati, is set to take on a new role as co-host of the popular dating show, Hello Mr Right, Season 3.
Marua was unveiled as the new co-host alongside popular comedian Dr Ofweneke and therapist Gertrude Mungai during a launch event held by Startimes-Rembo TV on Friday.
Among those who attended the event include Blessed Njugush, Eddie Butita, Guardian Angel, Musician Bahati, Sandra Dacha, Akuku Danger, and Chell De Magician among others.
Diana Marua expressed her commitment to giving her best and setting the bar high in ensuring that the show will be exciting as well as a success.
“I’m very humbled to be unveiled today as the Co-host for the Mr Right shows season 3 and I would like to promise my supporters that this would be bigger and better compared to seasons one and two,” She said.
Marua expressed her commitment to ensuring that the show is both entertaining and educational, noting that she would give her best to make sure that the show will excel.
“I’m excited about this new role, and I promise to bring my A-game to the show. Hello Mr Right is a great platform that helps people find love, and I’m honoured to be part of it,” she said.
Startimes CEO Jimmy Carter expressed his confidence that the new season would be just as successful as the previous two.
He noted that StarTimes is committed to enriching the platform and has doubled its investment in producing original and engaging content for its subscribers.
“The investment will focus on securing exclusive self-produced and acquired content from renowned local developers to create unique genres that subscribers can easily relate to,” he said.
Dr Ofweneke, on his part, expressed joy following the success of the previous episodes and promised to offer the best.
He noted that Startimes has been the home of promoting local content across the country.
Kenya film and classification board, manager film and licensing Joel Wamalwa hailed Startimes for promoting local content across the Country.
He noted that they are ready to partner with content creators across the country to ensure the tapping of raw talents.
He urged local content creators to take advantage of internet penetration to monetize their creative works as well as produce content that promotes societal values.