Blessed Njugush (Njuguna) is a popular social media influencer and a digital content creator. He earns a living from posting amazing videos about comedy and adverts on Instagram and YouTube channel. These areas give him more than 100k views, making his fame grow countrywide. He's a family man, husband to Celestine Ndinda alias Wakavinye and dad to Tugi. Their son Tugi has already started revealing his passion in comedy, by taking part in his father's shows.
Njugush is one of those celebrities who started from scratch. His earlier photos reveal that he is from a very humble background but this didn't limit him from achieving his goal. This talent was completely revealed when he joined a local series known as Real househelps of Kawagware. In this show he used to crack funny jokes and playing the role as an househelp. Later on he joined the creativity industry and rose to fame.
At the moment he owns a textile shop that sells all types of garments. Lives a fancy lifestyle and drives a posh car and provides the best for his family. Celestine met Njugush in his poor status and the two remained loyal upto now they've already settled down and have enough to cater for their children.
Here are their photos before fame.
A throwback of Njugush's life with mama Tugi is a lesson to us as women, that the future is unpredictable. Don't ignore someone today because he's poor, my dear sister know that love is honest and shouldn't be triggered by money.
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