Churchill lost both of his parents when he was young.

And a while back he was also mourning his foster mother Joyce Malika after many months of battling an illness.

The news of her death came as a shock to the godfather of comedy. The late Malika adopted Churchill and has played a great role in his life for him to be the man he is today.

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ChurchillIn a past Churchill show event, Churchill was reminded of his late dad when a man in wheelchair attended one of his TV show recordings.

Speaking to the man, Ndambuki confessed that all his life he never saw his dad walk.

You see that wheelchair you are seated on, my father used to ride one like that, exactly, so I never saw my dad walk.

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Check out Churchill getting teary-eyed in the video below.

In an interview with Mpasho, Churchill said his father shaped his work ethic.

“My dad was a great guy and he taught me the discipline of looking for work and working for the little coins that you have without waiting for handouts,” he said.

Churchill said that for one to succeed they must be disciplined.

“That discipline you take to the work ethic and living around the people you love and respecting your job. With discipline, you earn respect as well,” he said.

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churchill_funnyguyRecently, the godfather of comedy was awarded the Golden Button Award for hitting one million subscribers on YouTube, on October 30.

The colourful creator awards were presented by Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed.

Google Kenya country director Charles Murito and Africa PR Lead for Google Dorothy Ooko were present.

“The consumption of comedy is very high and the best we can do is produce more quality content for TV,” Churchill said.

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