Personal branding expert Hannah Muchuki has come out in support of veteran comedian Churchill aka Dan Dambuki.

Through a video on her Instagram the coaching guru described Churchill as a brand that represents a mentor.

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She also termed him as a brand Kenya ambassador who speaks up for Kenya in all his international interviews.

Coming at a time when accusations of ill treatment of comedians by producers of the show have surfaced, the comments are a confidence boost for the King of Comedy.

“Churchill is not just good for jokes and laughs he is much more than that, he is a brand that says to me I am your teacher I am your mentor and I love that,” she said.


“You can see how enthusiastic he is when he supports courses that affect humanity and from his jokes you can see he loves Kenya.”

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In her book, Flaunt your Genuis, she dedicates an entire chapter to Churchill the brand breaking down what lessons one can pick from it.

Though respected widely as the Godfather of Kenyan comedy, reports of mistreatment of comedians at his show have dampened his image of late.

In a candid interview on Jalango TV, Churchill show comedian, Zeddy revealed in-depth mistreatment and even named the producers and editors who are responsible.

Though Churchill is yet to address the accusations, Hannah’s endorsement is perhaps a sign that public support for the veteran comedian remains high.

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