by Martin Oduor
Started from the bottom now he’s here! Timothy Kimani popularly known as Njugush used to earn less than a domestic servant when he started out as a comedian.
Njugush took to Twitter to reveal the first salary he was paid as a comedian. He was responding to a tweep who had asked netizens to open up about their first jobs and salaries.
The comedian revealed that his first salary was Kes 2,800. He explained that he was being paid the meager salary because his employers were offering him platform to blossom.
Njuguna has since become one of the most sought after comedians in Kenya, over years he landed major deals with Pwani Oil Products, Safaricom and Fanaka TV.
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February 1, 2023