Njugush Raises Alarm over Conmen impersonating Tugi

Tugi only has a YouTube Channel with over 3.2 million views with 125K subscribers

The Kimani's. Comedian Njugush and son, Tugi

Popular Kenyan Comedian Timothy Kimani aka Njugush has come out to warn Kenyans who might fall to conmen using his son’s name.

In a post seen by Pulse Live, Njugush blasted a Facebook page that purports to be Tugi, his 3 year old son whilst claiming to be giving out Ksh.5,000 from the page’s followers.

The comedian clarified that Tugi only has a YouTube channel which is run by his parents.

Tugi is one of those children whose humor comes naturally to them and has won the hearts of many Kenyans.

The young YouTuber has also managed to clinch the coveted the Prestigious YouTube Creator Award, popularly known as the Silver Plaque.

This was after his channel surpassed the 100K subscribers mark on the streaming platform.

Tugi’s YouTube Channel that was officially opened on August 14, 2020 has so far garnered over 3.2 million views with 125K subscribers and counting.


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