Terence Creative is not your ordinary comedian as he has continued to scale in the heights of comedy. He has been in the industry for so long but of late he has continued to gain more and more popularity thanks to the amazing content that he produces. Do you remember the 'Business Legit' skits that he created not so long ago?
President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta is in South Africa for a state visit. He is being hosted by President Cyril Ramaphosa. Our Head of State did not go all alone to South Africa, he was accompanied by government dignitaries and representatives of the private sector.
Photo courtesy: Presidents Uhuru and Ramaphosa.
Terence who was recently appointed by Kepsa as its special ambassador is also in South Africa. His main role is to promote Kenya's arts and culture at the business forum that a number of presidents are attending in Pretoria. Blessings seem to follow this talented comedian everywhere as he shared a light moment with the Chief of Staff at the Office of President, Mr Nzioka Waita.
Nzioka posted a photo of them together on Twitter and captioned, "Tuko Africa Kusini, tukifanya biznez legit !"
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