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Madam Boss – It’s a Soko thing you wouldn’t understand

Madam Boss

One of the country’s top comediennes, Tyra Chikocho, is over the moon after she opened her new fashion shop in the capital. Popularly known as Madam Boss, the 34-year-old comedienne said the new shop is one of her great achievement.

Madam Boss

“I’m delighted by this achievement as it is a big step for me, I’m a fashion addict and have always wanted to open my own shop instead of buying from other people, This is just the beginning, yes I have started on a little pace but I look forward to having many outlets here in Harare then later on various parts of Zimbabwe,” said Madam Boss.

Madam Boss

The shop is running under the theme: “If not now when. Be a boss.” The comedienne and businesswoman recently opened a shop in Harare in which she sells clothes, shoes, and lingerie and beauty products.

Madam Boss

he words “talented” and “beautiful” sum up Tyra Chikocho, a gospel musician-cum-comedian making it big in the local showbiz industry where only the brave have a speck of chance to survive.

Madam Boss

Also known as Madam Boss, Chikocho’s life is a classic rags to riches story as she stayed in rural areas as a toddler and was a maid before what she has become today.

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