Ex-Churchill Show Comedian Bounces Back With Media Job

Comedians Zeddy (Left) and Njoro share a light moment at his Nakuru home on July 20, 2020.
Comedians Zeddy (Left) and Njoro share a light moment at his Nakuru home on July 20, 2020.

Former Churchill show comedian George Maina Njoroge known to many as Njoro has landed a job at Flamingo Radio located in Nakuru County.

Njoro landed the job just days after he completed a three-month therapy program after battling alcoholism and depression that saw him attempt suicide in July.

Through his social media pages, Njoro announced that he would be hosting the backstage show alongside DJ Charlie and Otim Otim.

Comedian Njoro (left) poses for a photo with a fan in March 2018

The show, Njoro stated, would be airing from Monday to Friday from 7 pm to 10 pm.

"I will be on radio tomorrow. Tonight we do this. Kindly listen to the show and give me your views," Njoro stated.

Churchill show founder Daniel Ndambuki, who has been encouraging thespians to use their social media pages to build their careers and brands, wished the comedian well in his new journey.

"That's your calling. I know you can do it. You've done it at Kiss, in Washington DC. Nakuru Kenya even ain't ready for you! Focus and kill it cause we all know you can!" Ndambuki stated.

Kenyans contributed funds for Njoro after he opened up on attempting suicide thrice due to deterioration of his mental health.

The comedian appreciated the kindness extended to him and promised to return to the entertainment scene after undergoing treatment.

"I will come back with something bigger and better and I will entertain my fans once again. Tunarudi kuchoma industry (I will come back to seize my place).

"I will be away for three months as I undertake treatment because my brain was affected. I believe I am going to beat it and you will see me very very soon," Njoro stated on Monday, August 17," he added.

The Nakuru-based comedian appreciated efforts made by his friend and compatriot Zainabu Zeddy and thanked Daniel Ndambuki (Churchill) for offering him the opportunity that saw him get back his mental health.

Daniel Churchill Ndambuki strikes a pose.
Daniel Churchill Ndambuki strikes a pose.
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