Few days ago, famous Churchill comedian Jemutai had been in a finance problem after she quite her comedy job in Churchill show, this is due to the fact that she was pregnant and the man who is responsible for her pregnancy is not bothering to help her.
Comedian Jemutai was left with nothing to do but to sell her Facebook page in a certain amount of money so she can start another small business,she was advertising her Facebook page in Edger Obare's Instagram page.
Now Jemutai has everything reason to celebrate after the CEO of Bornfire Adventures offered to help her. Mr Simon Kabu had posted a picture of Jemutai with a caption that tells Jemutai not to sell her Facebook page,he have something which they can do together.
Simon's deal with Jemutai might be good because Bornfire Adventures is a big company that operates in and outside Kenya.
Kenyans are now showing their gratitude through comments, they are also thanking Edger Obare for his help to Jemutai. You can also show your reactions through comment button and don't forget to share and to like this article. Thank you for taking your time to read my article.
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