Former news anchor Louis Otieno has announced that he will be making a comeback to the screens soon.
In a video that has since gone viral, Louis said that he would like to talk to Kenyans as the country is going through a difficult time.
LOUIS SAID, “FOR THOSE WHO I AM FAMILIAR TO, I HAVE MISSED YOU. I HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON. I PLAN TO BE BACK WITH A PROGRAMME CALLED, THE SECOND ACT.”
Louis battled with an ailment that left him with hearing loss.
“I plan to be back with a program called “The Second Act”. This has taken a lot of work and it’s happening because certain people have put together their time, money, effort and they want to see me back to talk to you because the country has been going through a difficult time and when this happens I’d like to talk to people who are going through the difficult decisions,” he said.
About two years ago, he appealed to Kenyans to help him raise funds to help him undergo cochlear implant surgery.
The journalist was accused of being behind the death of former Kenya Power employee Careen Chepchumba, whom he denies having had a romantic relationship with.
Careen was found dead in her apartment at Kilimani’s Santonia Court, Nairobi, on February 14, 2012.
In 2018, a court recommended fresh investigations into Louis Otieno’s link to the death of Careen Chepchumba.