Flair by Betty CEO and media personality Betty Mutei Kyallo has disclosed her ambitions to join politics come 2022.
Speaking during an interview with Daniel ‘Churchill’ Ndambuki, Betty said she has completed almost everything she had in her achievement list, and she is now ready for a political seat.
The mother of one urged Kenyans to prepare themselves as she will be in the 2022 ballot.
“It is in my plan, I have achieved everything I wanted to achieve so far and there are a few things I need to do; package myself and think about what is it that I want to run for, but I will do it,” Betty said.
She, however, failed to reveal which leadership position she will be contesting, asking her fans to wait for the right time.
“I’m not yet sure what I want to do but I will do it. I don’t want to start just mentioning names here, which title or leadership position but I will do it because I have something to offer and I also have young people who want young people to represent them…I am very certain that if God wants me to do it, you will see me on a ballot on a town near you,” she added.
On making TV comeback, Betty said she has done whatever she wanted to do on mainstream, however, saying that she had always wanted to host real talk shows.
“For TV, I think I have done whatever I wanted to do on Mainstream, there is just one thing I want to do that before I go into politics, I have always wanted to have a talk show like Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres who are my role models in terms of the industry I am in,” she said.
I have always wanted to have a stage where I have my audience, beautiful stage…so am looking for people to sponsor me… I want to talk to real people,” she added.
Betty also noted that her mother is her source of strength revealing how she went through a hard time raising her and her siblings.
“My mum gives me a lot of strength because she really went through a lot to raises Us up. When you see Betty, Mercy, Gloria and my brother Brian, there is strength my mother had, because life was so tough when we were younger.
“Na kuna Mahali walikosana na my Dad so ikabaki she had the bigger burden of raising us up and it was not easy…but she did it” posed Betty Kyallo
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