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Nameless and Wahu’s reality show back for season 2

Celebrity couple Wahu and her husband Nameless are back on your screen with a documentary ‘This Love’.

Through their social media pages, Wahu, born Rosemary Kagwi, announced season two of the documentary will document on NTV on May 3, 2023.

“We’re so excited to share with you our journey at this stage of our lives, as we navigate sleepless nights in our fourties and redefine many things that society and tradition miss-taught us,” Wahu penned.

Wahu further explained that Episode 1 was about finding out they were pregnant and the reality of adjusting to this new unexpected news.

Season 1 of the show aired on Showmax with 13-part series.

It highlighted Nameless, born David Mathenge, and Wahu’s timeless love, colourful lives and legendary history, as well as the lessons they have picked up along the way.

Nameless said they wanted to give insights on what inspires them, what drives them, their thought process, personalities, their shared and different perspectives and their different temperaments.

‘This Love’ creator Mbugua said the series delve into what’s happening in Nameless and Wahu’s lives in the present, while also taking viewers back to those moments that led them to where they are today.

“Their story is also closely intertwined with that of the Kenyan music industry, and so the audience will get a window into some nuggets they did not know about their favourite stars both present and past.”

The reality show will also highlight their new journey to parenting their new member of the family Shiro as well as their two other lovely daughter, Kio and Tumiso.

With music careers spanning twenty years, Nameless and Wahu’s star power is undeniable.

Wahu and Nameless will also be releasing their joint album later in the year that carries a variety of sounds and topics.

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