Comedian Daniel Ndambuki, aka Churchill, explains why he has kept his family away from the public limelight.
Saying he wants to retire and lead a private life.
Despite being in the limelight for more than a decade now, little is known about him beyond his comedy.
Churchill told Mpasho at some point he realised he will not be Churchill for the rest of his life so he chose to keep his loved ones away from his fame.
“At some point after giving all my life to the public as I have done, I will jump into a private life with the people who have been pushing me from behind,” he said.
Churchill said celebrities should keep their families, especially those little angels, away from media glare so they can live their lives and pursue their dreams.
The comedian has transformed many lives by giving young people a platform to showcase their talent.
Churchill was interviewed during an event organised to recognise and award YouTube creators who have reached certain milestones.
He was given 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.