Star boy Joseph Ndegwa Ngari makes debut on JKLive with Jeff Koinange


Star boy Joseph Ndegwa Ngari makes debut on JKLive with Jeff Koinange

Joseph Ndegwa Ngari, the talented boy from Narok with the knack for imitating top news anchor Jeff Koinange, is the talk of the town yet again.

On Wednesday night, he opened the popular JKL show walking into the studio in a similar fashion to the host and holding the signature cup of tea.

“Welcome to Citizen TV my name is Jeff Koinange….Remember to tweet in @KoinangeJeff and hashtag as always is #JKLive….and JKLive begins….right now….taaaaanite!” the confident boy said.

He then took a sip of tea as the show host Jeff Koinange walked towards him, dazzled by what unarguably seemed to be a younger version of himself.

“Are you kidding me?” Jeff posed amidst laughter, to which Ngari replied assertively: “No!”

Jeff then asked Ngari to repeat his introduction of the show and an enthusiastic Ngari picked up his cup, as if on cue.

“Start tweeting @KoinangeJeff,” Jeff said as Ngari chimed in: “Kenya hashtag is always….” and then looked at his co-anchor prompting him to respond: “JKLive”.

Ngari continued: “JKLive begins…..” as Jeff answered: “Right now….” Ngari then ended the introduction with an emphatic “Taaaaanite! On JKLive!”

During the interview, Ngari expressed his desire to be a journalist when he completes his studies citing Jeff Koinange as his role model.

When Jeff asked him whether he would like to take his job, a nonchalant Ngari said: “Even go right now!”

Joseph Ndegwa Ngari first hit the headlines in early November after a video of him imitating Jeff Koinange went viral on social media.

His debut on Citizen TV comes barely a week after another stellar young boy, Levi Saoli, landed a visit with top Kiswahili anchor Nimrod Taabu and Director of Innovation and Strategy Linus Kaikai.

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