Young Brenda Wairimu

Kenyan celebrities when they were young {photos}

There is no doubt that you have once before wondered how celebrities looked like when they were young. Sometimes people forget that celebrities are human beings who had a childhood just like anyone else. Forget all the red carpet and glamour, here are some throwback baby pics.

Would you have been able to spot them?

Julie Gichuru

Young Julie Gichuru

Julie Gichuru is a media personality and an advocate for change.

She owns a production house, Arimus Media Limited, which focuses on production matters, digital content, and training. She has won several awards.

Crème dela crème

Young Crème dela crème

George Njuguna aka, DJ Crème de la Crème is the most celebrated DJ in East Africa. He hasn’t even changed much!

Esther Passaris

Young Esther Passaris

Esther Passaris is a Kenyan politician and the current Women Representative for Nairobi County. She’s been actively involved in Kenyan politics and social issues for many years. Passaris has been vocal on various women’s rights issues, advocating for gender equality, women’s empowerment, and social justice.

Before joining politics, she had a successful career in business and marketing. Passaris has used her platform to address societal challenges, including advocating for better healthcare, education, and economic opportunities for women and marginalized communities in Nairobi.

She’s known for her initiatives aimed at empowering women and youth, and she continues to be a prominent figure in Kenyan politics, working towards creating positive change within the society.

Nadia Mukami

Young Nadia Mukami

She is among the most celebrated female Kenyan musicians. She is a singer, songwriter, and performer known for her presence in the East African music scene. She gained prominence with her hit songs like “Si Rahisi,” “Radio Love,” and “Maombi.” Nadia has a unique style that blends various musical genres, including pop, R&B, and Afro-pop.

Her music often resonates with audiences due to its catchy beats and relatable lyrics that touch on themes such as love, relationships, and everyday experiences. Nadia Mukami has collaborated with several artists within Kenya and across borders, expanding her reach and influence in the music industry. Her talent and vibrant performances have earned her a considerable fan base in East Africa.

Dr. Kingori

Young Dr Kingori

Dr. King’ori, whose full name is Felix Odiwour, is a popular Kenyan comedian, MC (Master of Ceremonies), radio presenter, and show host. He gained widespread recognition for his comedy, which often incorporates social commentary and humor that resonates with Kenyan audiences.

He’s known for his role as the host of the popular comedy show “The Wicked Edition.” Through this show, he addresses various social and political issues in a satirical and comedic manner, often inviting guests to discuss and dissect these topics.

In addition to his television work, Dr. King’ori has also been involved in radio presenting, using his wit and humor to engage audiences. His versatility as both a comedian and a presenter has contributed to his popularity in the Kenyan entertainment industry.

Brenda Wairimu

Young Brenda Wairimu

Brenda Wairimu is a Kenyan actress and model known for her work in the Kenyan entertainment industry. She’s gained recognition for her roles in various television shows and movies. Brenda has showcased her talent in both drama and comedy, earning praise for her performances. Apart from her acting career, she’s also been involved in modeling and has been featured in various campaigns and fashion shows. She’s a respected figure in the Kenyan entertainment scene and has a significant following due to her talent and contributions to the industry.

Babu Owino

Young Babu Owino

Babu Owino, whose real name is Paul Ongili, is a prominent Kenyan politician and member of the National Assembly for Embakasi East constituency in Nairobi. He rose to national prominence through his activism during his time as a student leader at the University of Nairobi, where he served as the chairman of the Students Organization of Nairobi University (SONU).

He’s been a controversial figure, known for his outspoken nature and involvement in various political issues. He’s advocated for student rights and has been active in Kenyan politics, aligning himself with different political parties throughout his career.

Babu Owino has also been in the spotlight for legal issues, including facing charges related to incidents of violence. However, he remains a significant and influential figure within Kenyan politics, often vocal on various social and political matters affecting the country.