Mammito Eunice is one of Kenya's favourite comedians because of her unique acting skills. She started her career with stand up comedy on Churchill show that put her in the limelight.
Today, her hardwork has made her successful since she has her channel where she posts her content and has also won several ambassadorial deals.
Most of her content is usually based on real life situations such as relationships and family matters. She recently started posting things that talk about why young women love dating old men and her fans loved it.
She shared a video on Instagram today Tuesday September 28 where she came up with a song talking about fighting corruption.
However, she replaced the phrase 'fight corruption' with 'twerk on corruption'. In the video, Mammito together with Sandra Dacha were dancing with hilarious moves that got people talking and laughing.
Netizens were amazed by her creativity and one of them said, "So you're that type of Kanairo girls who can do everything."
Another one wrote, "Mama yao, you nailed it. It is good you have now talked about it."
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