• "I have been in the public for the longest time. I would want to retire quietly and peacefully but still make an impact." -Churchill
The launch of Churchill Foundation left many questioning whether its founder Daniel Ndambuki was retiring.
Churchill as he is fondly known has been in the entertainment industry for more than 20 years.
Speaking exclusively to Mpasho during the Foundation's launch, The Godfather of comedy said he will wait until God guides him on when to retire.
"I have been in the public for the longest time. I would want to retire quietly and peacefully but still make an impact. Politics for me is not the end goal.
In every journey, there is always a start and end of every season. Even on the road, there must be an acceleration lane before you join the highway.
There is a time for everything so you let God direct you. When that time comes you do not have to force it."
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