Eunice Wanjiru Njoki famously known as Mammito, is a Kenyan stand up comedian, actress, writer and mcee. She has featured in Churchill shoelw since 2015 after completing her studies. Mamito studied Community Development at Mount Kenya University since 2011.
Mamito is known for her skits on YouTube and her Instagram pages which has amassed her a huge following. Mamito jokingly plays with her body size and tries to make it her prop in the stage. She was once beleived to be dating fellow comedian Butita.
Today Mamito posted a picture on her Instagram page showing her new African hairstyle. The hairstyle that is commonly known by Kenyans as 'Matuta' became the talk of many due to the way it appeared. Fans related the hairstyle with the corona virus representation after seen the protruding spikes on her head.
Fans however showed their love her for representing true nature of Africanism in her hair style. One fan said, "I like this it looks so good."
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