Makena Njeri Shares TBT Photo with Miss Morgan, Celebrates Acting on Tahidi High While in Her 20s
- Makena Njeri has been recalling their journey in their 20s, and the accomplishments they have had
- In one of the memories, they shared a photo with their colleagues at Tahidi High local show and shared she was in university while filming the show
- Makena also recalled being nominated for the Emmys while still working at the BBC which she quit in 2021
Renowned actress and journalist Makena Njeri has been celebrating the journey and accomplishments they made in their 20s.
Makena Njeri's accomplishments
They posted a throwback photo hanging out with the no-nonsense Miss Morgan who was the deputy headteacher on the local programme.
In the photo, Makena was in Tahid High's school uniform while smiling at the camera with their other colleagues.
“We were a force! And the character Makena was born. So many doors were opened for me through this gig. I was a student at university at this point btw. Early 20s,” said Makena.
She also remembered working on the film sets and producing different shows, including being nominated for an EMMY while at the BBC.
The TV producer and journalist in March 2021, quit the BBC after working for the media company for three years.
“I have been built as a journalist in a way I never imagined. Challenged to think differently and talk to a global audience in every story I reported on. The next stage is set for my life and I am ready to take up the new challenge. We stay winning and elevating always,” they said.
TUKO.co.ke reported Makena officially declared that she was a member of the LGBTQ community last year after years of speculations by members of the public.
The multi-talented journalist is the CEO of Bold Network Africa that champions the rights of the gay community in Kenya.
They changed their name to Chris Muriithi after netizens spotted the new name on their Instagram and Twitter pages.
“I am currently living my truth and working with communities to make sure other kids have it easy, bold,” Makena said.