A commentary and fan account of blogger Cyprian Nyakundi has posted aftermath photos of a Toyota Lexus belonging to Daniel Ndambuki alias Churchill.
Nyakundi, who was permanently banned from Twitter after bitter Feminazi reported his account due to the regional reach and success of the Boy Child social media campaign, has announced a comeback with a commentary account.
It was clear that the girl child over empowerment had killed the societal status of the Boychild and everything concerning the Boy Child had been neglected.
Kenyans on Twitter over the weekend celebrated the return of Nyakundi under the hashtag #NyakundiIsBack that is still active on the trends for 3 consecutive days.
Yesterday, Churchil got in an accident. He had carried a young girl in the car. He was heading to pavilion, In Kitengela. My informer didn’t manage to take his pictures but took his Lexus car plates. Looked very drunk and unstable. pic.twitter.com/pT8D1ifE4c
— Cyprian, Is Nyakundi (@CisN001) November 16, 2020
Here is how Kenyans on Twitter reacted to the news
Exposes begin.. https://t.co/yB3wBBPubg
— Joseph (@itsWangondu) November 16, 2020
Obare just got replaced🔥🔥🔥🔥 https://t.co/6QyH7KvrkA
— Wanja (@eyepencils) November 16, 2020
Master amerudi na hatrick 😂 hapa ndo real tea iko. https://t.co/PDO6KOOu26
— Sir Ashraf Kabwandi (@kabwandi_) November 16, 2020
— MiNT (@MINTOYASHI) November 16, 2020
By the time of publishing this article, the Churchill Show host had neither denied nor accepted to make a comment about the accident nor the affected persons.
Churchill has been having it rough after majority, a bigger percentage of comedians on his platform were struck with depression which Comedienne Zeddy said is due to mismanagement from Ndambuki’s Show.
“Ber never wanted any female comedians to succeed so that his wife could shine. That is the reason we have few female comedians. When Wanjiku put up her Comedy Queens show at KICC, the girls were threatened to perform,” Zeddy posted.
Daniel, life is not that serious, loosen up a little! Don’t be too hard on yourself. A day has 24 hours –make sure to have enough sleep, allocate time for work, and then spend the rest with the people you care about.