• "You know I quit my job on the radio and my mum keeps asking me if I have gotten a new job.
She is like, 'Umepata kazi? (Have you gotten a job?)'
I'm like 'No. Jalango has all the jobs!'." - Standup comedian Emmanuel Kisiangani
Standup comedian Emmanuel Kisiangani has left Tiktokers in stitches after doing a funny bit about comedian-turned-politician, Jalango, being super successful and taking all the jobs.
Emmanuel who is the host of the Kisiangani Podcast on the Fire Podcast Network left his audience laughing with his take on Jalango.
He started, "I hate Jalango by the way. Okay, I hate him because he is too successful. He is doing everything. He is doing all the gigs, he had a job in the morning and a podcast in the afternoon, which has adverts."
He continued by saying that his podcast was such a success with a lot of audience members yet he does very little.
"He doesn't pay much attention during those interviews. It is like his mind his always far away."
Emmanuel did a short sketch imitating Jalas plugging his adverts in between his interviews. including his popular "sanitize" catch phrase.
He added, "You know I quit my job on radio and my mum keeps asking me if I have gotten a new job. She is like, 'Umepata kazi? (Have you gotten a job?)' I'm like 'No. Jalango has all the jobs!'."
Jalango loved the funny performance so much that he reposted it on his Instagram.
Watch the entire funny bit by Emmanuel in the Tiktok video below.
For the longest time, Jalango has always talked about his work ethic and what drives him.
In a past interview, he said, "Always go for your dream and not a salary. Sometimes there are dreams that cannot be matched by a salary, your dreams cannot be bought.
I do not believe there is someone who can be able to pay the equivalent of the dreams an individual has."
Defending his purpose to be a political leader, Jalango in an interview on NTV explained.
"Yes, my name is an advantage, I don't have to introduce myself everywhere when I go to the ground, they already know me so I'm an 'A' student who wants to hustle this position like a 'D' student."
He continued, "I am coming to the ground as Felix. If you are competing with me and you have to introduce yourself then I will be a few meters ahead of you, so the name helps."
On whether he joined politics because his talent has run dry, Jalango responded, "I host one of the biggest morning shows, I have my own channel. So it's not about my talent running dry. I just want to make a change for the people."