After a two-year sabbatical, forced on her after being charged with the murder of businesswoman Monica Kimani alongside her ex-fiance Joseph Irungu alias ‘Jowie’ who served a 16-month jail term, and bail conditions put on her blocking her from appearing and presenting news on TV, Jacque Maribe is set to return on our screens once again with a political show dubbed Hot Seat, which is set to kick off every Sunday at 8 p.m., and her fans cannot wait.
The former news anchor has taught us a life lesson that, instead of giving it all up, you get back up and take it by the horns. She now has grown stronger, better, and wiser amidst all the controversies, and too much heat not knowing how to cool down and finding her inner peace.
She remained on Citizen TV for a while before being forced to resign in July 2019 under unclear circumstances, just a few months after being implicated with the murder of her boyfriend Jowie’s ex-lover Monica Kimani. The former TV girl through a teaser video, announced her comeback on our screens.
Her new online political show, the Hot Seat, will be streamed on YouTube and Facebook, and is expected to have raw conversations, tackle contemporary political issues, and in-depth inspiration through engaging interviews. The online show’s production will be done by veteran producer Sarah Mwangi.
“You begin to feel like everything is falling into place and everything is making sense until one day you have no idea what the world just decides to do, you are in a standstill! Something that you love doing so much… it’s been a roller coaster ride this past year, trying to take it all in, and trying to smile even when you know you can’t. But instead of giving it all up, you get back up and take it by the horns!” Said the former TV girl.