Paul Kimani Njoroge, at the tender age of 12 years he, in a company of other friends left home Makindu to Nairobi in search of greener pastures without the knowledge of their parents.
Little did they know, it was a warm welcome into the harsh reality of harsh street life.
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He was idle, frustrated and needed to survive so he agreed, only to realize that life in the city was harder than he expected.
While in Nairobi he stayed at Nairobi’s Saika estate, during which he worked as a vegetable errand boy to and from Gikomba market to survive.
He experienced hunger and mistreatment bi indifferent members of public. With time, however, the people he was hanging out with introduced him to drug abuse. He ended up being tossed from one abandoned house to another
Life offered very little to laugh about but somehow he chose to embrace comedy as a vehicle to numb the misery of harsh street-life, encouraged by members of little-known Barikiwa set book group who often staged show in various colleges.
In February 2016, he attended Churchill show auditions and beat everyone in the audition. His signature style on the stage is baggy grey coat,
Red shirt and a three quarter navy blue trouser. His persona revolves around portraying the life and stories of Nairobi street boys.
He puts a funny twist to his street experience to entertain and educate his fans on what it really feels like to be out on the streets
Today he is 24years old. He is the last born in the family of three and a younger a younger brother to two elder siblings.
However, big talent holder, He commands thousands of people to a 7minute laughter nonstop.