High-flying Churchill Show comedian Stella Bunei Koitie popularly known by her stage name Jemutai is currently at the centre of controversy following the leaking of her marital woes with a colleague, Harman Kago alias professor Hamo.
In consequence, intricate details surrounding the famed comedienne's personal life have also found their way into the public domain.
Among them is the lucrative career that Jemutai dumped to follow her passion in comedy. According to reports, the bubbly comic famous for her chibambe tag is an accomplished graduate of information technology having undertaken her undergraduate studies at the prestigious Jomo Kenyatta University of science and technology.
Luck came her way and she secured an internship with Ken Gen at its Olkaria geothermal power station as an IT support technician.
With all signs clear to her family that she was seated in the backdrop of career take off immediately after the internship, Jemutai however had something different traversing her mind.
She gathered courage and thronged herself into the competitive comedy industry where she began going for auditions at Carnivore with fellow comedian Eddie Butita being her first Judge when she appeared for the auditions.
Her determination would bear fruits ten months later where she was given a green card to perform for live audiences across the country.
The mother of two's chequered educational background is a true reflection that behind be cheeky and old-school character and that she presents on stage, she is also a woman with brains.
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