Mwalimu King'ang'i killed by the Internet and this was his response to the news
Yesterday, Twitter and various blogs were pulsating with reports that beloved comedian Daniel ‘Churchill’ Ndambuki also known as Classic 105's Mwalimu King'ang'i had passed away after a road accident.
What’s worse, the blog went ahead to QUOTE one of Churchill’s imaginary cousins called Susan Muhoro who claimed that Churchill’s legs were severed from the crash and he died from excessive bleeding.
“We are very shocked and saddened by the news, he has just spoken to his sister on phone” one of the blogs ‘quoted’ the cousin.
Posts that greatly affected his fans.
Now the reputable radio presenter and TV god wants to set the record straight: contrary to Internet rumours, he is, in fact, very much alive.
“Aki seriously? Serikali itafutie watu Kazi... ama? I'm perfectly alright and looking forward to Kesho's LIVE recording @tworivers_ke. See you then. It's only God who decides our tomorrow ama Vipi?" Reads a post on the star’s Instagram page.
A post that killed two birds with one stone; he dispelled the rumours and created some buzz around his recording at the new state-of-the art mall.
Churchill joins the increasing number of Kenyan celebrities who have been killed by the internet like Brenda Wairimu, Dennis OJ Mugo, Teacher Kilunda and Catherine Kamau who were all said to have died by the internet.
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