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Comedian Njoro Lands New TV Job Amid Corona Crisis

by Esther M.
2 mins read

This has generally been a tough year with many losing jobs, and others suffering pay cuts, among discouraging reports since the coronavirus pandemic came knocking. One of the victims is former Churchill Show comedian Njoro, whose real name is George Maina Njoroge.

The entertainment industry has been bad hit by the pandemic, with a ban on public gatherings.

This led to the cancellation of all scheduled events.

Those who depend on entertainment to put food on the tables have not had it easy, as they are forced to engage in online performances which are not as well-paying as many may think.

Stories are told of musicians and comedians, who have fallen into depression.

However, former Churchill Show comedian Njoro now has a reason to smile as the year nears its end.

This is after the young man landed a new job at a Standard Media Group-owned KTN News.

Taking to his Instagram account a few hours ago, he broke the good news.

“Always trust in God. When the time is right, He makes it happen…never ever give up…join us every Sunday on KTN News…glory to God,” he wrote as he shared the poster of the show he will be hosting.

In yet another post, he introduced the pretty woman he will be hosting the show dubbed, Chamaa, with.

Wendy Loyce is the other presenter and the show will run every Sunday from 4:30pm to 5pm.

“Almost time. Let’s do this,” he cheered up his co-host.

The young father of two will have a chance to put his life together again even after he went into a depression some time ago.

These good news comes barely three months after he was discharged from rehab following problems arising from stress. 

His fellow comedians were equally excited by the new opportunity for their colleague and encouraged him to give it his all.

YY Comedian: ” Win my brother. Do it like your life depends on it… Congratulations Sir Njoro!”

Sammie Kioko: “Mungu mbele katambe (God in front, let’s go.”

Mulamwah: “Congrats kaka!” 

For others words were not enough, as they chose emojis to pass on their congratulatory messages.

They included comedians Njugush, Zainabu Zeddy, and jasper Murume:

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