Former Citizen news anchor Jacque Maribe has announced a comeback after months of silence.
In a post seen by Nairobi Leo, Ms. Maribe revealed that she will be hosting her own show dubbed “The Jacque Maribe Show”.
"In the silence, is a resilient spirit, quietly, purposefully, determined to unfold...and so, The Jacque Maribe Show, is born...L.O.A.D.I.N.G..." wrote Maribe.
The show will air Sunday’s at 8pm and her first guest will be Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Nelson Havi.
[Jacque Maribe Announces Comeback New Show]
The former TV journalists return comes a few months after parting ways with the Hot Seat, a show that aired on YouTube.
Maribe only hosted the first season of the show that was produced by Sarah Mwangi.
The return followed a two year forced sabbatical after she was accused alongside her then boyfriend for the murder of businesswoman Monica Kimani.
She remained with Citizen TV for a while before she was forced to resign in July 2019 under unclear circumstances.
Part of her bail conditions blocked the mother of one from appearing on presenting news on TV but the orders do not apply to social media-based platforms.