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MCA Tricky graduates as a Mechanical Engineer

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Churchill Show comedian and radio presenter MCA Tricky has on Friday graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Speaking during the graduation, Francis Munyao popularly known as MCA Tricky narrated how he could not wait for this day to reach.

He has however vowed to continue with his work as a comedian and at the same time pursue a career as a mechanical engineer.

The comedian urged all youths to pursue their dreams and venture into new activities in their lives.

Congratulating the radio presenter come comedian was the boss himself Churchill who said that on this day they will be celebrating him.

“Baaas… On this day we celebrate… Help me congratulate Eng.”

Last year in October he joined the family of Radio Maisha as he shared his excitement on social media.

Fellow comedians such as Mamito congratulated him as she jokingly said she will from now on have someone who will lend her some money.

Fans of the comedian joined in as they congratulated him on his new venture.

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