Churchill Show Comedian Who Was Spotted Crying For Help Finally Opens His Business
By MASKANI_NEWS | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 2 views
A few months ago, popular Churchill show comedian Paul Wakimani Ogutu was all over social media seeking help prompting comedian turned journalist Jalango to help him out. His main plea was to set up a business and get back to school. True to his wish Jalango paid for his university degree at Daystar University.
An photo of Wakimani working
Taking to his social media Wednesday evening, the popular comedian revealed that he has opened up a chips eatery and would like Kenyans of goodwill to support his side hustle. He claims the move has been prompted by the fact that there are no shows at the moment so he needed to find something to do.
The move has been praised by many who have encouraged him to keep up the spirit since the hustle will help him generate some income. He is not the only comedian that has gotten into the food eatery business. Owago Onyiro too revealed that he is also in the business of selling food.
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