Former Churchill show comedian Akuku Danger has asked Kenyans for help a day after he was kicked out of his rented house on April 1, over rent arrears.
Akuku said that he was ready to take up any job opportunities that would come his way as he goes through a rough economic patch.
“If someone would like to help me, they would do so by offering me a job. I am ready for any opportunity handed to me as long as it can get me food on the table I will gladly take it. It doesn’t have to be what I studied in school,” he stated.
Former Churchill comedian being evicted from his house on April 1, 2021.
The comedian also urged President Uhuru Kenyatta to open the country, saying that a lot of opportunities had bypassed him.
“I don’t know my next course of action because my parents are back home in Migori, I would have gone back home, but now it is very hard to travel.
“I will have to hang around at my friend’s place for a few days as I figure out what will happen, and maybe if it opens up, I will go back to Migori and see what I will do,” he added.
The comedian stated that on the day the president locked down the country, he was on his way to Kakamega for an event.
However, when the president made the address on Friday, March 26, he alighted at Sachangwan and boarded the next vehicle to head back to the city.
“I did not get to the event, which means that I have to repay some of the down payment that I had been given. If the country is unlocked I have more opportunities,” he concluded.
Former Churchill show comedian Akuku Danger