Here are the 12 incredible things that you dint know about Citizen TV’s Curvaceous Pheona Kengah

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A few days ago, the sassy and classy screen-siren with
voluptuous curves was interviewed and here is what she revealed about herself.

1.       She
spent her childhood in Mombasa
Pheona is the first born in a
family of four siblings – two boys
(Robert, Ben) and two girls (Gladys, and her). Pheona schooled in Mombasa. She
attended Furaha Junior Academy and
Seaside Academy, and she went to Ribe Girls High School.
Her coastal upbringing gave her
mastery of Swahili, and this is a skill that has helped her journalism career.
2.       She
is a Daystar University alumnus
When Pheona completed her
secondary education, she enrolled at Daystar University for her Bachelor of
Arts in Communication where she graduated in 2011. Pheona worked in different
institutions after her graduation, but she joined Citizen TV in February 2013.
Her first days as a reporter were challenging since her supervisor wanted her
to major in political stories, but she
says her strength has always been
in human interest tales. “When I
highlight the plight of affected
communities and see victims get
help from the government or relevant authorities, it gives me a sense of
satisfaction.” Eventually, she was able to carve her niche.
3. She can take a whole month
to return calls, texts
Though Pheona loves her job, she
is quick to admit that it gets in the way of her social life.
“My
job is very unpredictable –
sometimes I am called to work on off days,”
says the
coastal beauty. The nature of a
newsroom is quite unpredictable, and this often leads to communication lapses. “I have friends who say I don’t return their calls, I don’t text them back when they
text me. I can even take a whole month to return calls or texts from
friends and relatives. My schedule
is limiting,” reveals
Pheona.
4. She would like to have a
white wedding
Pheona takes her role as a first
born seriously, and she would like to set a good example for her younger
siblings in all things including marriage. For this reason, Pheona says she’d like to
have a white wedding. This desire
is also rooted in the example her parents gave, the reporter reveals: “My mum and my dad got married
in a wedding setting. I personally would love
that to happen to me.”
5. She is a make-up maniac
If you bump into Pheona on any day
of the week, you’ll be sure to find that she is immaculately groomed. Pheona,
who started using make-up in form three, says she is a make-up enthusiast who
believes beauty can be enhanced through the products. “Oh my God, I love make-up a lot! (laughs). It makes
you look like a doll. I know I am beautiful, but I got to enhance it,” says an enthusiastic Pheona.
6. Her hobbies are:
travelling, dancing, and cooking
If she didn’t have to work a day
in her life, Pheona would be globetrotting. “If
I was given one wish to make, it would be to travel all over the world. I have
been to Dubai, but I am looking forward to tour Hawaii and Spain,” she revealed. Pheona also
enjoys cooking, and she picked this up from her mother. “I also love cooking. Being a Giriama woman, I just
have to know my way
around the kitchen. I grew up
seeing mum cook for the family. We would all go to the kitchen to see how she
prepares the coastal delicacies, and that’s how I learnt from her.”
7. She’s confident she’d make
a good wife
At a time when many women are
shunning traditional family roles, Pheona is embracing them. “I am currently a blend of a modern and a traditional
woman. However, when married I will be the traditional woman. Most men love
women who are reserved, respectful, caring, those who cook, clean and simply do
everything. I don’t mind being
that woman,” told
Pheona. The lucky man who marries her will be assured of one thing: delicious
food. “If I was married today, I
would really cook for my husband. He would love it because my food is
delicious. I would do
everything I was shown when
growing up–the things
that a woman has to do for a man.”
8. Her greatest regret is
sneaking out of home to go clubbing
When Pheona was through with form
four, she sneaked out of home at night to go clubbing. “I come from strict family, and my friends convinced
me to sneak to go attend a leavers’
bash at a popular disco in Mombasa.” Because she could not ask for permission, Pheona decided to
make it look like she was in bed. “I
tucked pillows, blankets on my bed and covered it up before leaving. When my
dad checked in on me, he found ‘I
was asleep’. He
insisted that I had to talk to
him, and so he pulled back the
covers. He found the shock of his life –
I wasn’t there.” Angered, Pheona’s dad called her and expressed
his grave disappointment. “I
felt really bad! When I got back home the following day, my dad talked to me
furiously until he almost got a heart
attack. We rushed him to hospital.
I was since then so apologetic that I almost lost my dad because of my
misbehavior,” a
remorseful Pheona recounts.
9. She got her curves from her
mum
Pheona, who is very curvaceous,
attributes her voluptuousness to her mum, “My
mum is very hippy. I think I inherited a lot from her.” curves often get her
unwarranted attention from lustful men and this pisses her off. “My hips have made me fall out
with many men. Sometimes I get irritated by their flirtatious comments – they seem not to know how to
keep their comments within acceptable boundaries. Some even shout: ‘Hey, hizo ninii ni kubwa sana,
si ungeganyia mtu…’ I just don’t like such things,” she asserts.
10. She had her first
boyfriend in class seven
Pheona did not shy away from
sharing details of her first brushes with love. “I had my first boyfriend in class seven; he was a
Tanzanian. I still remember his name –
Lau. He dropped out of school, and consequently left him. Since my childhood, I
have always been focused, and my life is shaped by goals. I could not continue
being in a relationship with
Lau,” remembers Pheona.
11. She is happily hooked
If the tales of coastal cooking
and traditional family roles have got you interested in Pheona, hold your
horses. The girl is taken, and happily so. “I
already have my ideal kind of man; he makes me really happy, and I am proud to
have him in my life,” she
reveals. When asked about attributes which make her man ideal, Pheona said: “He respects my privacy.  He is very hardworking,
focused, goal-oriented and he
speaks his mind. He doubles up as my role model.” About wedding plans, Pheona
said: “We ‘Coasto’
chicks leave it to the man to decide. I have no ring on my finger yet, so I
cannot comment on the wedding dates.
But I am hopeful one day, one
time.”
12. She is stubborn
Pheona admitted to being the
stubborn go-getter type. “I am very
stubborn. Sometimes when I
want things done, I want them done
at that instant. I always say I get what I want and I will do anything within
my capability to get what I want.” She however says she is a good listener to make up for her ‘stubborn’ nature. Pheona concluded the interview with a word
of advice for both Kenyan men and women. For men, she said: “If you don’t
provide for your woman, chances are high she will go out and find a provider.
Give your woman the best and the rest will fall in place.” For women, Pheona advised: “You should take care of your
man, let him feel loved and cared for. Never push too hard for things to
happen, and don’t be so much
taken over by money.”

Via: Citizen News

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