Diana Marua’s new TV job makes Bahati insecure
It’s official – Diana Marua has secured a new job as a co-host of the popular dating show “Hello Mr. Right”, which is returning for its third season.
The show will feature Diana as a co-host alongside comedian Dr. Ofweneke and marriage counselor Getrude Mungai.
Diana was unveiled as the new co-host during a star-studded event that was attended by a host of celebrities, including musicians Bahati and Guardian Angel, as well as comedians such as Blessed Njugush, Eddie Butita, Sandra Dacha, and Akuku Danger.
While speaking at the event, Bahati jokingly raised concerns about his wife working with Dr. Ofweneke.
“Sifa zangu zinajulikana [My reputation is known]. I am a full man in every sense,” Ofweneke joked.
“Bro, I can promise you, as my small brother, your wife is safe. My in-law is safe. After 14 episodes ntamrudisha,” he added.
However, Ofweneke assured him that he would be very professional while working with Diana, promising to “return” her after 14 episodes of the reality series had been shot.
“Thank you so much for handing her over to me I will take care of her and you have done an amazing job just being a husband and supporting and making sure that you put the vision and dream. You are an example of the men that we need to be in this generation,” Ofweneke told Bahati.
After the official unveiling ceremony, Bahati took to social media to shower Diana with praise, saying he is proud of her achievement and saluting her for always being ambitious and hardworking.
“Again let me say I’m a Proud Husband. My Love, every day You Make me Proud. We started this Brand #DIANA_B just the other Day and now Look at Yourself… I can Confidently call you Everyone’s Favourite Content Creator!” Bahati wrote.
Diana expressed her excitement about the new role and promised to give her best to ensure that the show is both entertaining and educational.
Dr. Ofweneke, who has been part of the show since the first season, expressed joy at the success of the previous episodes and promised to offer his best.