They however say that the comedian’s situation was under control revealing that he was treated in a Nairobi hospital.
“Alipelekwa hosi akatibiwa,” reveals the source who sought anonymity adding, “…lazima tungem-make. Hatungemwacha hivo, hapana!”
They also reveal that his condition was not serious and as such shouldn’t have caused any alarm and that he had returned back to his feel and had started appearing on Churchill who normally pays them KES 1000 per show.
That means that a Churchill show comedian may not afford rent in a decent house in Nairobi. Ayeiya had to depend on odd jobs within his neighborhood for survival.
It’s unclear what led to his depression but we are made to understand that Ayeiya had some fears about coming back on the show after being out of action for some time.
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