Internationally acclaimed Kenyan actress Catherine Kamau Karanja popularly known as Kate actress is counting her losses after she found out her appointment at Talanta Hela had been revoked.
The actress who also doubles as a social media influencer and digital content creator, took to Instagram to air her disappointment noting she'd even got a customized kitenge suit done for the occasion.
Sharing photos of her would have been looking, the mother of 2 joked around by asking her countrymen why they hadn't told her she was no longer on the committee.
Kate shared photos of her in a full face beat rocking a cute blue with patterns kitenge skirt paired with a black top which she had intended to wear to the luncheon of the Talanta Hela launch presided over by President William Ruto at the State House.
Captioning the pic she wrote, "I even bought a suit for the launch na hamuezi niambia kimeniramba? Ni sawa tu!" Accompanied with a crying and frustrated face emoji.
In another post still counting her losses Kate shared a video of her hanging out with content creator Mammito Eunice. The two were out at a restaurant with Mammito struggling to comfort Kate who has a solemn look on her face.
"Aky usilie babe, usijali you know things always happen for a reason, and times zingine things happen for a season, usilie..." Mammito can be heard telling her friend as she tries to stifle her laughter.
In a gazette notice on Friday, Sports Cabinet Secretary Ababu Namwamba revoked the appointments he had made earlier in the wake of the controversy surrounding some of the members of the council.
"It is notified for the general information of the public that the cabinet secretary for youth affairs and arts has revoked Gazzete Notice number 1649 of 2023," the notice reads in part.
The CS established the Talanta Hela Council and two other Technical Committees through a Gazette Notice dated February 6, 2023.
The Council was to be chaired by Ababu and was to oversee all projects.
Some of the other public figures who've lost their appointments include; Carol Radul, Dennis Itumbi, Azziad Nasenya, Esther Akothee and Daniel Ndambuki