Terence Creative speaks on former Churchill show comedian Ayeiya’s death

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Terence Creative speaks on Churchill show comedian Ayeiya’s death

Churchill show director and Instagram comedian Terence Creative has for the first time spoken on late Churchill show comedian Ayeiya’s death.

Terence who is popularly known as ‘Kamami’ said that Ayeiya was like a brother to him and he died on the day of his traditional wedding ceremony.

He added that it was one of his lowest moments and its one of the experiences of his life he never wants to talk about.

The new daddy in town went on to say that day was the saddest day of his life.

Ayeiya’s death

Ayeiya died in an accident in April 2017 after his car hit an electricity post while on his way from Carnivore for the Churchill show recording.

According to police reports, Ayeiya was also in the company of fellow comedian Paul wa Kimani Ogutu, renowned actor Maina Olwenya of the hit film Nairobi Half Life, and his wife who all sustained injuries.

The grisly accident occurred near Catholic University of East Africa.


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