– Sandra Dacha, popularly known as Silprosa, shared some of her life struggles while starting out in the film industry
– In one of her old photo on Instagram, a tired-looking Sandra could be seen sitting in her humble bedsitter
– The actress revealed that the house was actually better as she had just moved from her mabati house after earlier on living in a mud-walled house which she used to pay KSh 100 per month
Everyone’s life story has a beginning and some are powerful especially because of the many odds they had to beat to make it.
One such story is that of award-winning actress Sandra Dacha, popularly known as Silprosa, who has shared her life struggles while starting out in the film industry.
Posting a throwback photo on Instagram, a tired-looking Sandra could be seen sitting in her humble bedsitter which was poorly furnished.
In her caption, she explained that she was actually in a better place as she had just moved from her mabati house which she paid KSh 200 rent per month.
“From a matope (mud) house that I used to pay KSh 100 per month, to a mabati house that I used to pay KSh 200 per month to this, here I was now very rich.” She quipped.
“The year was 2012. I had now moved to a stone house. Rent was KSh 500 per month.”
Sandra praised God for the blessing as she can now afford to live a good life but noted she was yet to reach her destiny.
“Never give up in life, plug away. I have not gotten anywhere yet but I’m still moving on. Still working hard at it,” she added.
The plus-size beauty recently thrilled fans with a throwback photo that proved she was glowing way before the fame.
She accompanied the photo on her Instagram with a cheeky caption saying men were on her case back in the day.
From the photo, it was clear the beauty had not changed much. Sandra knew how to rock the latest fashion and she still does to date.
The 30-year-old’s fans flocked the comment section where they shared their views on the transformation she has undergone over time.
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