‘I Learnt How To Come Home To Myself’- Betty Kyallo On Google Recognition

Controversial media personality and business lady Betty Kyallo has come out to speak after she made Google’s top searched people in the past 15 years.

The mother of one was number 7 on the list that mostly comprised of powerful politicians such as Uhuru and Ruto. She was also the first female on the list, followed by veteran journalist Kanze Dena at number 9.

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Taking to her Instagram page, Betty expressed her joy at the recognition. She credited it to the fact that she went through a lot in the public eye.

“This happened today. I honestly appreciate the interest. Goodness number 7. Truth is I have Been through many highs and lows in life and having started my media career so young I’ve gone through most of it in the public eye which is never easy. It’s actually quite tough. It’s like living your youth plus young adult life with everyone watching,” she started.

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She advised her fans to always love themselves unconditionally.

“What gives me so much gratitude about all this is that I have inspired many people along the way with my journey through life. That you can be authentic about yourself and you can love who you are unapologetically. Through all this I learnt how to come home to myself. Which is why extremely important and powerful. You should always do that too. I pray that we shall continue learning together as long as God gives us life. Thank you! Thanks to @google for this,” wrote Betty Kyallo.

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