Kenyan Godfather of comedy, Churchill is not about to retire from his hit show no matter his aging days.
For him, Churchill show might have kicked off with the spotlight on him but that is no longer the case.
Daniel Ndambuki believes it is now time to witness the growth of young talents. This he reveals during his live show in West Pokot articulating:
Every time I want to quit coz I have been doing this for so long, I am reminded there is one extra talent out there. My prayer is that God is going to hold them at the right time and lift them.
During the live show, he introduced upcoming musician, Alphone who hails from the county. Also being his first to perform to such a crowd.
Mwalimu Churchill wished him the very best in his venture.
Daniel Ndambuki has graced the comedy industry since 1996 when he started off still green and now grown to a household name in the country of Kenya and beyond.
He has nurtured numerous comedians in the field, who soon after their growth have been able to stand on their own two feet. He is still recruiting more as he lets them off when their time comes.
February 21, 2020