Kimani Mbugua makes a triumphant return with his new show, “Unbroken.”
The program delves into street-level discussions on life issues and relationships.
In the inaugural episode, Kimani explores the topic of men hugging their fathers.
The former TV reporter expresses gratitude towards the Kenyan community for their support during his recovery after being discharged from the hospital.
Taking to his Instastories, Mbugua shares his eagerness to hit the streets once again to tell people’s stories, mentioning that he used the funds received from well-wishers to acquire new equipment.
From his hometown of Makongeni, Thika, Mbugua has revealed that he has exciting plans in store, starting with interviews and stories centered around his upbringing.
I bought a new shooting device and I got a lapel microphone,
which means I am going back to the little streets where I belong. (he jokes) means working
In late September, the former Citizen TV reporter reached out to Kenyans for assistance, candidly sharing his battles with mental health and substance abuse.
He talked about his desire for stable housing and a fresh start in life.
We are happy to see him back on his feet again.