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Comedian Churchill announces TV comeback

Comedian Daniel Ndambuki, popularly known as Churchill, has unveiled plans for a comeback of his popular television series, ‘The Churchill Show’.

He made the announcement during a visit to Imaara Daima on Wednesday 8 May, where he distributed food and essential items to flood victims.

The TV personality was joined by members of the Churchill Foundation and celebrities from the entertainment and business world.

“I love you so much. I came here as a friend, so when you go back home, say you met your friend Churchill. This is because you have also supported me on television for so many years. And for those of you who have been asking, I have good news for you today. The programme you love so much (The Churchill Show) is coming back on TV,” Churchill said.

Addressing hundreds of residents, Churchill said the revived show would showcase fresh talent.

“Through the show, so many youths will be inspired and many talents will be nurtured. We also hope that through the show we will get support from local leaders,” he said.

The comedian also urged residents not to wish the incumbent government ill.

He stressed that if the government falters, it will affect the wellbeing of Kenyans as a whole.

“It is crucial that we do not wish for the failure of our government; rather, we should consistently pray for its success,” he said, adding, “If the government succeeds, we succeed. Let’s give them the opportunity to fulfil their duties and prosper. Let’s remember to pray daily for our leaders, regardless of their political affiliation. We are one nation striving for the betterment of our country,” he said.

Churchill has nurtured many comedy talents in Kenya through various platforms.

Over the years, The Churchill Show has provided a stage for notable personalities such as comedians Eric Omondi, MCA Tricky, Professor Hammo, Chipukeezy, Teacher Wanjiku, comedian Jemutai, Terence Creative, Dr King’ori, among others.