Churchill aka Mwalimu King’angi’ Bio, Real Name, Churchill Show, Education, Family, Age

Mwalimu Kingangi aka Churchill

Churchill aka Mwalimu King’angi’ as known on the radio show, Maina and King’ang’ on Classic 105, is one of the most in-demand comedians in Kenya today. Currently, he considered as one of the most influential people in Kenya. Daniel Ndambuki has recently been appointed the chair of the Creatives Technical Committee.

The sole responsibility of the committee is to propose a reliable system for a seamless and accountable collection and distribution of royalties to all creatives. The appointment can be as well pointed out to the massive changes he has brought to the Kenyan creative scene both as an artist and a lead.

About Mwalimu King’angi’

Real name: Daniel Ndambuki

Place of birth:


Nationality: Kenyan

Tribe: Kamba

Wife: To be updated

Children: to be update

Gender: Male

Sexual Orieation: Straight

Career/Profession: Comedian

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Mwalimu King’angi’ education

He has a clear academic journey traceable back to his home county. Attending Mumbuni high school before joining Daystar University for further studies.

Mwalimu King’angi’ Comedy

In the late nineties when artists were trying out different things, Ndambuki was not left behind. His official kicking-off journey in comedy was in 1996, to now becoming an award-winning comedian, radio presenter, and CEO of the Kenyan laugh industry.

He has also been featured in films such as ‘The first grader’. One of the biggest creators of his fan base was taking part in the comedy show ‘Red Kona’ whose other creators were Kajairo, Mudomo Baggy, and Nyambane.

Mwalimu King’angi’ family

Mwalimu King’angi’ is an admiration by many due to his great ability to keep up his family life away from the publicity front. He has become a household name from the much respect earned as a comedy icon.

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Churchill show

Nurturing and creating his own characteristic brand and stand-up comedy show, which to many is rib-cracking, “clean” and family-friendly, has earned much fame with recognition as one of Africa’s funniest comedians.

Since the early 2000s, Churchill brought an innovative and contemporary form of humor to Kenyan radio, television, and the Internet, garnering him tens of thousands to millions of supporters and followers. In addition to becoming the funniest and most watched TV program in East Africa. His hugely successful program Churchill Show has attracted significant interest from comedy enthusiasts all over the world.

This has been greatly attributed to its nurturing nature. Churchill has been able to advance the growth of many young comedians who have now gotten a platform to not only showcase their art but also earn a living for themselves. Many comedians have publicly admitted their support and helping hand from Churchill. His alias name is “the father of comedy”