Betty Kyalo

Betty Kyallo is a true definition of beauty and brains.

Betty Kyallo

The sultry anchor who has been in the industry for seven years is one of the most sought-after media personalities in the industry.

Betty Kyallo, who is the CEO of lavish city salon in an interview with The Star, Betty Kyallo advised young entrepreneurs with great ideas to try out something and they’ll never regret.

Also read:

Revealed! This is where Betty Kyallo got funds to start lavish salon

The single mother of one has always kept her private life under wraps, and she revealed that she’s single now, despite rumours that she has moved on with someone else after parting ways with her estranged husband.

“I have met amazing people, but I want to package myself as a businesswoman, a mum and a potential partner in life. So that when I decide to get married again or start dating somebody, I’m bringing something to the table,” she said.

Also read:

Lanes! Betty Kyallo’s new handbag can pay your bedsitter rent for 4 months

Betty is not in a rush to get married again and she’s taking her sweet time to package herself before making any decisions.

“And because of that packaging, I’m taking some time off. I have met quite a number of amazing people out there, but nachukua vitu pole pole. I take every day at a time, there’s no hurry. Niko tu sawa. Very single,” she added.

Betty Kyallo

The 28-year-old CEO  further advised single women who are between 30-35 years old to take their time.

“There’s no pressure. Just do things when you find that person who completes you.”

Betty Kyallo is an easy target for trolls, but she has developed a thick skin for critics.

“I stopped being angry at haters because everybody is dealing with some sort of thing in their lives. There’s no one who’s perfect, even me. People look at me and say, ‘Betty I want to be happy like you’, but they don’t know the struggles we go through. Even the richest of the richest is struggling with something. And therefore, I just decide to ignore trolls. When I see something positive, I react to it and take it in. But anything that’s negative, supposed to downgrade me or demoralise me, I feel zero. It doesn’t get to me. I don’t believe in hating other people,” she told the Star.

Also read:

Mtasema mtachoka! Betty Kyallo responds to haters following World Cup trophy controversy