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Comedian Zainabu Zeddy shares detailed update on funny man Njoro’s welfare

October 06, 2020 at 07:45
Comedian Zainabu Zeddy shares detailed update on funny man Njoro’s welfare

Comedian Zainabu Zeddy has been on the forefront fighting against the effects of depression on fellow comedians. This is after the tragic death of Kasee who was rumored to have committed suicide after months of struggling with depression.

According to Zeddy some of these comedians get to this point right after being dismissed from Churchill show. This is because they go back to zero after adjusting to certain short lived celebrity lifestyle.

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She however blames the creative director at Churchill, Victor Ber; for being the main reason some of these comedians continue to lose their lives. This is because he apparently embarrasses, belittles and disrespects these comedians with no warning.

He is doing just fine

Well, now that it has been 2 months since comedian Njoro was admitted at a certain rehab; to help fight his mental health issues, Zeddy says that things on his side are now getting better.

As seen on her social media pages, Zeddy went on to add that Njoro has been making quite impressive progress and very soon will be back to his old self! Through her Instagram page Zeddy went on to write;

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It’s been almost two months since Njoro decided to seek help for his mental health issues. I am glad to share the good news that his recovery journey has been successful and I am looking forward to see the Njoro I knew before things went south. Her mom and family members visited him on his birthday and they shared with me the good news of how positive Njoro’s transformation has made them happy and proud. I look forward to the day he shall be discharged from the rehab and re-unite with his loved ones and hopefully see him back on screen doing what he does best. In life it’s ok not to be okay and seeking help is not a sign of weakness.
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Well let’s see how things play out!


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