Churchill Show director Terrence Creative is one of the few Kenyan creatives who had a major breakthrough last year courtesy of his viral film dubbed "Wash Wash." Well months after his triumph, the comedian has yet again disclosed another major milestone in his life. Apparently, Terrence together with his wife Milly Chebby unveiled their complete house which they have been working on for the past one year.
According to them, the couple initially began the project for their grandmother who later died in July 2021; consequently, the two online sensations saw it wise to turn their mansion into a rental house following the unfortunate turn of events.
As they celebrated the milestone via Milly Chebby's YouTube channel, the coupe attributed their success to God as they recalled their humble beginnings.
"Terrence had this dream and we just began last year by faith and here we are today. Ni God tu." Milly Chebby stated
Apparently, the two have now welcomed any clients interested in the 2 bedroom house as they also reveal plans to soon work on their matrimonial house. Congratulations to Terrence and Chebby.
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