'Papa Fréd Ngamwaya' makes acting debut on Citizen TV's Zora

'Papa Fréd Ngamwaya' makes acting debut on Citizen TV's Zora

  • Following his now three-part near-real illustration of investment fraud by Congolese businessmen in Kenya dubbed 'Wash Wash Bizness' on his YouTube channel, Terrence has taken his 'Bizness Legit' comedy to television.

Terrence Creative, aka 'Papa Fred Ngamwaya,' added another feather to his cap on Wednesday when he made his acting debut on Citizen Tv's Zora show's latest episode.


Following his now three-part near-real illustration of investment fraud by Congolese businessmen in Kenya dubbed 'Wash Wash Bizness' on his YouTube channel, Terrence has taken his 'Bizness Legit' comedy to television.


Actress Jackie Matubia, who plays Nana on Zora, shared a snippet from the episode on her Instagram account, detailing highlights in which Papa Fred was seen.


Terence's fans and netizens couldn't contain their excitement as they awaited his appearance on the local show in the comment section. The episode premiered on Wednesday 24, 2021.


Zora is named after the show's main character, Sarah Hassan, who goes by the nickname Zora.


Jackie Matubia (Nana), Robert Agengo (Fella), Bridget Shighadi (Yola), Quincy Rapando (Kwame), Ryan Mwenda (Simba), Neema Sulubu (Neema), Patrick Gatimu (Oscar), Brenda Michelle (Alma), Joseph Gachanja (Mzee Chibale), and others are among the cast members of the Soap Opera.