Akuku Danger is a Kenyan comedian who had been fighting for his life in and out of hospital for the better part of December and January.
He was admitted with lung and heart complications and his girlfriend, Sandra stood by him all through the medication period.
Akuku, who is a comedian at the famous Churchill show shot to fame after his rib cracking jokes impressed the hearts of many Kenyans and his fame spread far and wide.
On her part, Sandra Dacha is an actress who is famous for her role as Silphrosa in Auntie Boss. And to say the least, her acting prowess Is just on another level.
Tougher with Sandra, Akuku revealed that they have been dating for over six months and plans are underway to formalize their love through a wedding.
Akuku was responding during a function of comedians who had come together to help raise money for his hospital bill.
He went ahead and said he will surprise them with a wedding to Sandra or just see the pregnancy, whichever comes first.
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