EXCLUSIVE: Actor 'Ninja' set to wed fiancée he met in Kayole – PHOTOS - Nairobi News
12 months ago, 13 Jan 17:50
Actor Jeff Okello, popularly known for his character Ninja in the Mother-in law series on Citizen TV, is set to wed his Finnish fiancée. The actor told Nairobi News in an exclusive interview that he will tie the knot with his fiancée Katja Maria Huhta on Sunday. The couple met almost four years ago in Kayole estate where Katja, from Finland, was doing volunteer work . Ninja with his fiancée Katja and their daughter. PHOTO | FAMILY ALBUM “I met my fiancée Katja Maria Huhta almost four years ago when she was doing volunteer work in Kayole and now we have an adorable daughter who will be turning eight months on Monday,” a beaming Okello said. In July last year, the actor spent several months with his fiancée in Finland after the birth of their daughter. PHOTO | FAMILY ALBUM He had told Nairobi News before he leaving for Finland: “She was born in Finland and now that we have finished our (Mother-in law series) shoot, I have time to go and be with her. It is a joy as I have only seen her on pictures. She is growing bigger and bigger every day!” The couple has not yet decided where they will settle after the wedding, though they currently live in Nairobi. PHOTO | FAMILY ALBUM Okello is adored by many fans for witty lines in the TV series and admits that life has changed since he became a father. Michael Olunga made history on Saturday by bagging a hat-trick for his Girona side in their 6-0 drubbing of Las Palmas. Sabriner Wanjiku Samider will be Kenya’s lone representative at the 2018 Winter Olympics set for Pyeongchang Polycarp Igathe surprised Nairobians on Friday evening by tendering his resignation as deputy governor. Google on Friday said it had removed more than 60 gaming apps from their Play Store after a report showed that they... Zoo Kericho's midfielder Michael Madoya was on Friday night named the 2017 SportPesa Premier League's Most Valuable Player A government agency and religious leaders have called for the banning of toy guns, which they argue socialise children to violence.
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