• The 45 minutes show will feature a different guest each week as they reveal their detailed emotional and inspiring stories. 

• Churchill's conversational style, incorporating humor easily puts the guests at ease as they slowly confront their past experiences, and tell the story of where they are currently, and the process of the paths they took to get there.

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Churchill Ndambuki on stage
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Comedian Daniel Ndambuki is set to host a new talk show dupped 'The Journey'.

The new talk show is centred around ordinary to high-powered guests and is set to launch on Maisha Magic Plus.

The 45 minutes show will feature a different guest each week as they reveal their detailed emotional and inspiring stories.

The show applies rigorous inquisitiveness and sensitivity to the guest’s untold story in a lighthearted, pleasant, and playful manner.

Churchill's conversational style, incorporating humour easily puts the guests at ease as they slowly confront their past experiences, and tell the story of where they are currently, and the process of the paths they took to get there.

Margaret Mathore, Channel Head of Maisha Magic Plus said;

"We are excited to bring this new show to our audiences who are always asking for more variety and more content.

This show will entertain and bring issues into perspective through an interactive style driven by one of Kenya’s top local talents. We want to tell our local home-grown stories in a way that will open the minds of our viewers and connect them to new realities."

The show starts on the 11th of June.

This comes a few months after Mount Kenya University honoured popular comedian Daniel Ndambuki alias Churchill by naming an arts centre after him.

"Churchill has been instrumental in supporting art and students from our campuses have been given opportunities by the comedian on his stand up TV show - Churchill Show," a statement from MKU said.

 

MKU unveiled and revamped its performing arts department, naming it the Churchill Institute of Performing and Creative Arts.

"Churchill has been instrumental in supporting art and students from our campuses have been given opportunities by the comedian on his stand up TV show - Churchill Show," a statement from MKU said.

Churchill, as is with the case of many other local thespians, started out at the famous Kenya National Theatre.

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