The former Tahidi high actor revealed some of the challenges he went through when he was an actor and a scriptwriter at Citizen TV as reported by Kenyans.co.ke. His hard work and passion for getting people glued on the television screens almost cost him his life.
As per the source, Abel Mutua was playing different roles mentioned above which saw his health deteriorating. One day, he collapsed in the toilet because of being a workholic.
He was a scriptwriter of the local drama show, Mother-In-law at the same time he acted as a student at Tahidi high. His double work led to the increment of his salary by KSh.180,000.
He was being paid KSh.20,000 and the money increased to 200,000. He decided to abandon the work for his health's sake. As we all know, straining too much to do something can also lead to things like stress or depression which is not good for our health.
The doctor who was taking care of him then advised him to quit the job even though in his mind he thought the plays could not continue when he was not there.
He was left with nothing making him bankrupt. With the help of his friends, however, saw him rising again on the top. He is a close friend of comedian Njugush. We wish him all the best.
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