Media personality Grace Msalame has announced her comeback on TV screens after a four-year hiatus. The sassy presenter has landed a deal with NTV and will be hosting a new lifestyle show- Unscripted by Grace.
Msalame is known for her love to be on the screens and she is always open about her career and love for working on TV.
She was first introduced to viewers as a teenager in 2005 when she co-hosted KTN’s Straight Up alongside Andrew Siro up to 2007. After pursuing her degree, she returned to KTN as Art Scene host for four years before moving to Capital FM as a news presenter.
She later switched to Radio Africa Group where she stayed for seven years starting off as a Kiss TV host, and rising through the ranks to be the Bamba TV Manager.
Late last year, Msalame underwent surgery to remove fibroids.
Fibroids are abnormal growths that develop in or on the uterus, especially after birth. They are typically benign and noncancerous. However, sometimes they become large and cause severe abdominal pain and heavy periods.
The mother of twins has been sharing life hacks on her YouTube channel and finally it seems that her hard work and vital content has paid off as now she will have a whole show to share ‘her story.’
Fans showered Msalame with congratulatory messages as they expressed their excitement on having the curvaceous presenter back on their TV screens, as an overwhelmed Msalame appreciated the support
Thank you all so much for the overwhelming support Good People????????All Glory back to God????????It’s been a loooong journey getting here! So grateful for this Becoming????it’s an on going process in refining it... journey just begun???????? Tuonane Hewani???? Styling- @brianbabu @raphael_mutua @ian_akechi Wearing a @vivoactivewear bodycon paired with a kimono from @designingafricacollective MakeUp- @wakeshonzano Hair @hair_by_madge Photography @festolang #AllGloryToGod #Grateful #GodsGrace #GodsTiming #Becoming #UnscriptedWithGrace
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