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Grace Msalame’s Career: Grace Msalame has joined Nation Media Group’s NTV as a lifestyle show host.

The show by the former Kiss Tv presenter is set to begin later this month and will be known as ‘Unscripted with Grace’.

“Thank you all so much for the overwhelming support, good people. All Glory back to God. It’s been a long journey getting here. So grateful for this becoming, it’s an ongoing process in refining it. Journey just began Tuonane Hewani. Because Life is Unscripted. Coming soon to NTV Kenya,” Ms. Msalame said.

This latest move in Grace Msalame’s career comes months after she announced in September, 2018, that she had landed a new show at a Kenya Red Cross-owned station which mainly targets the youth.

She was nonetheless never seen on air. Msalame has previously worked with
KTN and Capital FM . Before leaving Radio Africa Group, she was the Content and Acquisitions Manager, Bamba TV.

According to head of TV Justus Tharao, “It’s a guide to living a life inspired by dreams and passion, that expands the boundaries of your horizons as it paves the way for those dreams to happen and passions fulfilled … because life is unscripted!”

Despite being away from the screens, the mother of twins has never dismissed the idea of making a comeback on mainstream media.

“I want to try new things, challenge myself and most of all operate from my optimum, which can only happen if I’m living in my purpose. I’m also realising how powerful the digital space is so I want to focus more on that, and create content for clients and interested followers. I may make a return to the screens at some point but the jury is still out on that for now,” Grace had told Parents Magazine in 2017.

Msalame started her TV career as a teenager by hosting “Straight Up” show at KTN between 2005 and 2007. She left to pursue her degree and returned to KTN to host “Art Scene”, before moving to Capital FM where she worked as a radio presenter.

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