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Schools Citizen TV’s Becky Show Actors Attended

Becky is a popular TV series aired on Citizen TV produced by Lulu Hassan and Rashid Abdallah’s Jiffy Pictures.

WoK looks at the institution the cast of the show attended.

Becky

Her real name is Lucy Maina. The main ‘Becky’ TV show actor attended Green Cottage Academy in Kiambu for her primary education before joining Gathirimu Girls High School. She has played roles on Auntie Boss, Crime and Justice and Murder Camp and Amandla.

Brenda Ngeso ‘Maureen’

The actress who plays Maureen in the Swahili telenovela attended a number of primary schools before proceeding to Lions High School in Kisumu, where she sat her KCSE.

Andrew Levi ‘Junior’

He attended Brookhouse Group of schools in Karen and later on pursued law and medicine at Oxford and Cambridge universities respectively. Some of the big names who attended Brookhouse include secular turned gospel artist Size 8, Kagwe Mungai, Emmanuel Jal, and Janet Mbugua.

Trisha Khalid ‘Trisha’

The 29 year old actor (who will be turning 30 on 31 December 1994), attended the Star of the Sea Primary School and later the Star of the Sea Secondary School in Kisauni Constituency of Mombasa County.

Prince Mwangi Kariithi ‘Jeff’

He is a Grade 4 pupil at Sprindles Junior School in Parklands. Aside from his acting career, he runs a bakery. 

Monica Wairimu ‘Martha’

The actress attended St. Mary’s Donholm primary school before proceeding to Moi Girls High School. After her O-levels, she joined TUK to pursue journalism. Her interest in acting was sparked and nurtured at TUK. 

Chantelle Naisola ‘Chantelle’

The rapper turned actor pursued her secondary education at Consolata School.

Sammy Mwangi ‘Tito’

He attended primary school in Ngumo before joining Kijabe High school. 

Jeff Omondi ‘Sanchez’

His education journey began at Muthaiga Primary School before he proceeded to Ndere Boys and later St Mary’s School Yala. He joined the University of Nairobi before he transferred to Kenyatta University.

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