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Churchill speaks after rampant death of young comedians (Video)

October 19, 2020 at 14:58
Churchill speaks after rampant death of young comedians (Video)

As the comedy fraternity in Kenya continues to mourn the sad passing on of promising creative, Othuol Othuol, details of what is ailing the industry continue to emerge.

The most recent story, is one told by the platform founder himself, Mwalimu Churchill. Whose name has been dragged in mud time and again as young comedians continue to languish in poverty. A number loosing their lives in unclear circumstances.

Also read: Othuol Othuol’s burial plans underway with expenses running upwards of KSh1M

Mwalimu Churchill spills the beans

The Godfather of comedy in Kenya believes that so many upcoming comedians lack the ability to efficiently manage their money while busy chasing the social media lifestyle’.

Mwalimu Churchill

Also read: Captain Otoyo spills the beans on what killed Othuol Othuol (Video)

The minute a comedian starts earning some good money, they attract a certain circle of friends. Some good, others not so good.

Remember, a stand-up comedian of this kind, is not guaranteed a monthly salary, so when you spend all you have today, tomorrow you might have to live without.

Veteran comedian Daniel Ndambuki

“One of the biggest challenge in the entertainment industry is the social media. So you have a big name, have a big following and you have to impress people every single day. In order to remain relevant. But sometimes, it gets out of hand,” Churchill admitted.

However, the Churchill Show founder, believes he gave the deceased a golden platform to grow his brand which he at times took with a lot of seriousness.

Othuol Othuol with Churchill

It is sad that majority of people who shared this journey of life with the late comedian, admitted he was very stubborn. One with bad drinking habits that might have cost him his life.

Have a listen; but may his soul rest in eternal peace.




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