Churchill Comedian Evicted From His House By Landlord
By Vicky_mwaniki | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 22075 views
After the president locked down and put curfew in 5 Counties, we have seen different reactions online. This week also we have seen entertainer's and workers from hospitality in the streets of Nairobi Campaigning for president to unlock the Country.
Akuku danger comedian from Churchill show, today a video of his has serviced online of him being evicted from his house over rent arrears. Many celebrities have come out to plead with the president to open the country as they are suffering for lack of job.
Unfortunately this is the scenario facing Kenyans whose work places have closed down due to the guidelines put in place for measurements to prevent spread of covid-19. After the President addressed the country on the maasures and the the hashtag #unlockOurCountry trending he is yet to make an address on the matter.
The video below was posted by the famous blogger Cyprian Nyakundi on his Twitter account.
Below is the link to the said video, https://twitter.com/CisNyakundi/status/1377614134657871877?s=09
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