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‘Oh Sister!’ 7 female Kenyan gospel artistes to feature in new reality show

A reality TV series that follows the lives of seven Kenyan gospel artistes is set to premiere next month.

The new reality show dubbed Oh Sister! that will air on Maisha Magic Plus and DStv will feature the female gospel celebrities and their husbands to give an inside look into their lives.

The show will feature, Millicent Wambui (Milly Wa Jesus), Linet Munyali (Size 8), Beatrice Wanjiku (Betty Bayo), Bernice Nduko (Lady Bee), Veronica Mushana (Nicah the Queen) Janet Otieno and Priscilla Ndanu Maina.

Oh Sister! goes behind the scenes and gives us an insider look into the lives of these Kenya’s most beloved gospel stars,” reads an outline of the show.

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The show will also delve into the scandals and controversies of these celebs. The show will air the first episode on April 7, 2023.

While tweeting about the show, Size 8 said: “Think you’ve seen it all? Get ready to meet your new obsession…”

Kenyan gospel artiste Janet Otieno. PHOTO | COURTESY

Oh Sister! will be produced by five-time Groove Awards Video Producer of the Year and BMF member Samuel Maina, popularly known as Sammy Dee. The artiste is married to one of the stars of the show, Priscillah Ndanu. The two got married in 2015.

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Sammy Dee started taking it easy on being an artiste in 2013 and started concentrating on directing music videos and TV shows.

He has previously produced music videos for top musicians in Kenya including King Kaka, Nameless and Timmy Tdat.

Sammy Dee continues to explore the possibilities in the documentary and reality landscape in Kenya, following in the footsteps of filmmakers like Eugene Mbugua (Sol Family, Our Perfect Wedding), whom he acknowledges as “a very innovative producer.”

In 2020, he produced Chozi, a 45-minute documentary that narrates real-life stories of people who went through tragic experiences that ultimately changed their lives.

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