On Sunday Churchill did a rare thing that shows the other side of him on his show.
This past Sunday, comedian Daniel Ndambuki hosted a show in Nakuru county and it being Mother’s Day, themed the episode Mothers Edition.
The show started out normally but in the middle of it, he moved many to tears after he broke down.
According to the comedian, David’s situation took him back many years ago, saying he reminded him of his late father.
“David, let me tell you something, you see that chair you are seated on, my father used to sit on one exactly like that, I never saw my dad walk,” he said.
Churchill who is often referred to as the ‘Godfather of Kenyan Comedy’, remembered how it was like growing up, saying his family lived in a mud house and his dad worked hard to give them a better future.
“So we grew up in a mud house and my father used to work very hard and it is unfortunate that he passed on before he saw me on stage,” he noted.
The disabled man who revealed that he only owned a weighing scale, was left speechless after Nakuru Governor Kinuthia Mbugua promise to give him KSh 100,000.
Churchill, amid chocks, told David that an unidentified person had volunteered to school his two children.
“Let me tell you how God works, David someone has decided to take your son and daughter to school to educate them for the rest of their education,” Churchill said fighting back tears.
The audience was moved with the cameras catching many wiping away tears that flowed freely as the comedian ushered in Pastor Antony Musembi to lead the crowd on a worship song.
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