Lilian Muli is no doubt the best dressed female Tv presenter in the Kenyan Tv-sphere, a fact that has seen her run, successfully an infamous fashion watch panel going by the name, "Fashion watch" Where the panelist nitpicks on people's choice of dressing.
Arguably some of the most popular TV anchors of our time, Larry Madowo and Lilian Muli have an enviable skill in front of Teleprompters and cameras. They have been around for a decade or so.
Lilian Muli Kanene, the citizen TV anchor, has been one of the most attractive figures on our screens for close to a decade. Since her days at KTN, Lilian has has glittered with her glowing beauty, attracting suitors from all walks of life.
We are all aware by now that Ugandan mademoiselle Zari Hassan was in the country over the weekend where she joined her fellow socialite Huddah Monroe for the Art of Luxury event at the Skylux Lounge.
Lilian Muli Kanene is one of the few TV queens who have graced our screens for quite some time now. She is well remembered since her days at KTN where she dazzled with the KTN Prime news before she left for Citizen TV where she has continued to impress even more.
Lilian Muli is one of the most decorated TV sirens in Kenya. From her days at Standard Group as a news presenter with KTN to her current station, Citizen TV, the mother of one has always shown like a morning star.
The Lilian Muli hosted show finally came to a conclusion on Friday evening after seeing one out of the 21 contestants who started the show walk away with the grand prize of 1 million Kenyan shillings.
If recent fashion fads are anything to go by, the hottest new trend is without a doubt the thigh-high split. Dramatic and daring, it has been the only look to be seen in ever since female starts decided to debut their right/left legs.
People are in the limelight are known to constantly alter their looks from time to time because one, they have the money to do it and two, they just want to do it!
Sometime in April, Jamaican Dancehall artiste, Konshens, was in town ahead of his Guinness Evolution concert. But before that, he had a round of interviews to do on Kenyan TVs. Among those, Citizen TV.