Churchill Live: Kenyan Comedy

Originally posted on 2010-09-06T23:21:00Z at

Daniel Ndambuki, Mwalimu Kingangi, Philgonias, Mr Omo, Churchill: Kenya's Premier Top Comedian sure has come far since the Redykyulass introduced him to Kenya but one thing is sure Kenyans Love Churchill.


With over 60,000 + over 80,000 Facebook fans (and counting), Churchill has grown into a Kenyan youth sensation. Daniel Ndambuki is a phenom of Kenyan comedy with his myriad characters now household names throughout Kenya. Nurturing and creating his own characteristic brand of stand up comedy, Churchill has cracked many a Kenyan rib with his "clean", family friendly shows: From the morning show on Classic Fm( co-hosts with Maina Kageni) to the Omo show to Top Comic and now the second season of Churchill Live.
churchill live -Thursdays 7.30 p.m on NTV
With live recordings (Tuesdays @400Ksh Carnivore), Churchill live is one of Kenya's top rated talk shows. Interviews with Kenyan big names combined with a touch of Churchill's brand of comedy doused in comic brilliance on production makes it a programme on par with none. Guests from crème de la crème of Kenyan politics, media and entertainment to those making and breaking news. All the while not forgetting the lighter note in "Toto's corner".
Join Churchill on Facebook or Twitter. You'll get all his stuff here [Churchill Website].
Churchill Live Season One was a great success with some of the best moments on Kenyan TV. Off my head, I recall Mambo Mbotela's narration of the failed coup, Mama Kayai and Ojwang, Mwala, Jeff Koinange, Wahu's memorable performance, Kidum, and the memorable Omosh. Eric Omondi burst into the Kenyan scene and immediately got the audience. His show "Hawayu" may have flopped but his few minutes on Churchill Live produce some stand up only second to Churchill. Check out EABL's Tusker Project Fame here:  Tusker Project Fame
Visit Churchill's  website : Get Cool Info on upcoming stuff on the show plus a lot more Churchill.