John Allan Namu and his friend, Nyali MP’s Mohamed Ali, are set to make a grand return to the TV screens after signing a lucrative deal with a new TV station. According to sources, the two, who are popularly known for their successful investigative show Jicho Pevu, will return on TV47, a new channel owned by Mt Kenya University founder Simon Gicharu but through Cape Media as the mother company. Ali first hinted about this after announcing his comeback on TV. “A camera as revolutionary as you are! I am coming. New station, new deal. Guess who’s coming to dinner?” Mohammed said through his verified Twitter handle on Friday, May 3. Gicharu revealed the Swahili show will be re branded to Jicho Pevu47 and much of it will focus on the untold but relatable stories. Not excited Kenyans however have not being anticipating for its comeback. Kenyans online bashed the politician saying that he’s just like all the other and there’s no way in the world he will expose his “friends” when he returns.
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