Churchill Comedian Njoro Reunites With Wife, Lands 2 Media Jobs

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    Comedian Njoro poses for a photo in December 2020
  • Churchill Show comedian George Maina Njoroge (Njoro) has reunited with wife after witnessing a turnaround that has seen him land two media jobs at Flamingo Radio and KTN News.

    Speaking exclusively to on Tuesday, December 8, Njoro stated that his children too would be able to enjoy parental love, months after he completed his rehabilitation. 

    The comedian had suffered alcoholism and depression which pushed him to contemplate suicide. He was also struggling to take care of his ailing father and make ends meet.

    "I feel blessed and buoyed up. The situation was difficult but I managed to pull through. If God intervenes in your life, then you don't have to struggle or lose hope. 

    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.

    "My life changed and I am now managing my finances better. I had even separated with my wife and children (owing to depression) but we got back together," Njoro stated. 

    He added that he had not yet appointed a manager who would help him to make decisions and market him too, but was open to applications. 

    His friend and fellow artist Zainabu Zeddy and Jasper Muthomi (MC Jessy) stood with Njoro during his trying moments and he lauded the duo for their kindness and concern.

    Njoro lamented that the comedy industry was hypocritical and it is rare to find supportive friends. 

    "All I can tell anyone else out there battling with joblessness, depression and any other issues is to speak and reach out. Let them talk to friends, therapists and psychologists. It helps and its the beginning of a problem-solving process" he advised. 

    In November 2020, Flamingo Radio in Nakuru hired Njoro to cohost a show alongside DJ Charlie and Otim Otim. The show aires from Monday to Friday, from 7 pm to 10 pm.

    On Sunday, December 6, he landed a job at KTN News where he will co-host the Chamaa Show, alongside Wendy Loyce. The show airs every Sunday at 4:30 pm to 5 pm. 

    Chamaa Show highlights how different people come together and form a pool of resources for Investment.

    "The jobs came abruptly one after the other and the quick succession is nothing but a blessing," Njoro enthusiastically stated. 

    A poster of the Chamaa Show hosted by Comedian Njoro and Wendy Loice on KTN News