Benard Ng’ang’a Maranda, more popularly known as Ng’ang’alito is a production assistant for Citizen TVs Power Breakfast Show.

He was the 1st runners up in the hit reality show Tusker Project Fame and most importantly he the father of a beautiful daughter called Celine and a part time musician.

We had a few questions for him as we watched the auditions for Tusker Project Fame 5 and this is what he had to say

1. What was your first phone?
My first phone was a Sagem.
2. What do you prefer? Facebook or Twitter? Why?
Twitter, because it has privacy
3. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
First as a a rich dude living in Nairobi permanently
Secondly as a face to reckon with when it comes to the entertainment industry.
4. Any question for us? We’ll publish our answer as well?
What does your work entail and what are your challenges?
  • Our main challenges are people not understanding what our work entails, beautiful women and taxes.
5. What would you do if you were president for a day?
First I will fire all the MPs,then resettle all the IDPs
6. Whats your favourite book& movie?
Jungle Book! Haha! I wouldn’t say I’m a big reader.
For movies I like any good action movie!
7. Who inspired you to do what you do now?
My drama teacher
8. If you were to change jobs, what profession would you get into? Why?
I would just be a businessman, mainly because I wouldn’t have to wake up as early as I do eeeeihhh!!!
9.If you had a superpower, what would it be?
Just watching beautiful ladies and within seconds having them on my lap 🙂
10. If you were deserted on an abandoned island what things would you want to have?
  • The ability to swim hahahaha
  • I’d shout for as loud as I can,just to see how high ma voice can go
  • An appreciation for nature’s beauty
  • Lots of fish
11. If you were a car, what car would you like to be? Why?
A Land Rover Defender, because its a strong car, it can boldly chart new paths and that clearly defines my personality.
12. If you could be in any band in the world, which one would you like to be?
Westlife, because I grew up listening to them and I love their voices, they dont need instruments to be good.
13. Share something interesting about yourself with our readers.
I’m very social, and sometimes I find myself going to my local for mutura na supu, which my manager really doesn’t support.