Churchill Show content Creative Terrence Creative alias Kamami has paid his last tributes to celebrated Swahili comedian Njenga Mswahili.

Njenga passed away last week after his lifeless body was discovered on the railway tracks under unclear circumstances.

Speaking to Mpasho at Langata Cemetry where Njenga was being laid to rest Terence said,

‘It’s a sad day for us as an industry, Njenga left us and we have come to bid him goodbye.

I have known Njenga since back in the day when he started auditioning for Churchill.

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Njenga Mswahili
Njenga Mswahili


His style of comedy was unique. He made us keep going to a Kamusi to keep confirming the meaning of what he was saying.

I don’t have much to say but I know he will meet with Ayeiya in heaven and continue with the show.’

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Fellow Churchill comedian Mwende also paid her tributes to Njenga Mwahili saying,

‘We have come to bid our friend Njenga goodbye, We would love to send our Condolences. He has just gone before us but we will follow him.’

May he rest in peace and may God grant his family peace.

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