As the inaugural season of The Real Housewives of Nairobi concludes with a highly anticipated reunion, fans are left with lingering questions.
❓Will there be a second season, and how much were the housewives compensated for their involvement in the glamorous and dramatic reality show?
Reports indicate that producer Caroline Wambui Ngunjiri has hinted at the possibility of a renewal, however- the decision ultimately rests on Showmax ratings and reception.
Confidential sources have revealed that each housewife received a payment exceeding 500,000 Kenyan shillings for their participation.
I heard that each housewife was paid Sh750,000, this is highly confidential information.
Was it a good deal or a bad deal? I can’t tell you because it depends on the individual, but I can tell you that the figures are accurate,”
A trusted source told local Media
Notably, one housewife, Lisa Christoffersen, previously stated that her motivation for joining the show was not financial, as the production was unable to meet her fee demands, so has most of the housewives on the show.