MC Jessy’s life is full of comedic punchlines.
In a recent interview with Mpasho, he revealed that the first time he met the godfather of Kenyan comedy was in a toilet.
Speaking in Meru during the launch of Coca Cola Without Sugar launch, Jessy revisited how he met Churchill over 10 years ago.
“We met in a toilet. I told him I wanted to go back to Meru a different person and change the lives and mindsets of young people. Churchill and I brought the best event in Meru,” he said.
“God has used him to be a blessing to us. We honour him like that. Personally, he has changed my life in a major way. God used him to lift others. Every single day, I thank God for that guy. If we do a show and we don’t make money, imagine Churchill is the one who is able to carry the burden.”
Jessy rated Churchill Show as the best in the continent compared to other countries.
“If it wasn’t for Churchill, you wouldn’t have known me, we should give him credit. We have been across the country and it is the best comedy platform in Africa. Nigerians have put Laugh Festival as the biggest platform they have performed in. We have gone to other countries and seen what they have to offer and I can testify that Churchill Show is the best.”