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Terence Creative makes debut on TV series Zora

by | Nov 25, 2021 | Entertainment | 0 comments

Comic Terence Creative, alias Papa Freddy on Wednesday, November 24 made a debut on popular TV series, Zora on Citizen TV.

On the show, the comedian plays his near-real depiction of corrupt Congolese businessmen in Kenya and engaged a wealthy family which is involved in a fight over inheritance.

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Through his Instagram page, Terence expressed gratitude after being features on the TV drama that has since attracted massive popularity.

“Nothing but just to say thank you lord,” he wrote.

Terrence Creative and his wife Milly Chebby recently flew to South Africa as part of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s entourage.

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“Got to see Terrence Creative in his element as a special ambassador for Kepsa Kenya promoting Kenya’s Arts & Culture at the #KenyaInSA business forum in Pretoria as part of President Kenyatta’s state visit to the Republic of South Africa,” wrote Nzioka Waita, the Chief of Staff, Office of the President.

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