Thursday, 10 November 2011


The host of the UK Show How Clean is Your House? was over the weekend in Nyeri to take part in a five-day charity bike ride to create awareness on the importance of early
diagnosis and support for women living with cancer.
Aggie Mackenzie is in the country for Women v Cancer Bike Tour of Kenya in partnership with Faraja Cancer Support Centre.
Aggie was joined by 70 other bikers made up of women of all ages and all cycling abilities from the UK and 7 from Kenyan who were flagged off by Safaricom Foundation Head of Corporate Responsibility Sanda Ojiambo on Monday, November 7.

The group will cycle 400 kilometers starting from Nyeri, through the Rift Valley, shores of Lake Victoria and finish off in Nairobi.  The aim of the five-day bike ride challenge is to raise significant funds to help in the fight against breast, ovarian and cervical cancers.

How Clean is your House? was a hit the world over and the show ran for six series, plus two produced in the US. The How Clean? format was sold to numerous countries around the world and the UK version currently aired in 16 of them – from Norway to Namibia!
The 56-year-old TV host is blogging about her experience from Kenya starting October 30 till November 7 on The Huffington Post.

Photos/ Michael Khatelli