Evelyne Wanjiku Mungai popularly known to many as Eve Mungai is a popular female YouTuber who is also labelled as the fastest growing Youtuber currently as she enjoys a massive following of about 172,000 subscribers barely 6 months after starting her channel. Life has not always been rosy for her as she went through a difficult childhood growing up in Murang'a County specifically Gachiku.[Photo courtesy]
Born on 26th April 2000, Eve had a smooth life until her mom got sick and was admitted to the hospital for a long time. Most of the family funds were directed to her mom's medical bills and this meant that life had to change as they had spent most of their resources. They changed schools and started living a low-budget life to cater for their day to day operations.[Photo courtesy]
Eve left campus after only one semester especially due to insufficient school fees and the onset of Coronavirus which halted all academic activities. That is how she decided to start a side hustle and she did not know that she would be one of the most sought after YouTubers who are making a fortune and laughing all the way to the bank. We wish her all the best in her future endeavours as she continues to grow her brand.
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