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Churchill show comedian MCA Tricky lands a new job

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Churchill show comedian MCA Tricky has landed a lucrative Radio show job at Radio Maisha.

The comedian himself broke the news by sharing a studio photo with his colleagues quoting it as his first day on air.

Being his first radio show job, MCA tricky went ahead to joke about how he started talking not knowing he was off air.

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“First day on Radio,imenikumbusha first day in School. Naenda kuongea napata kumbe tuko off air!! Lakini Asanteni saaaana Radio Maisha.ke and SG kwa jumla.” Said MCA Tricky on social media.

Fellow comedian Eunice Mammito also shared the good news joking at how she will now get someone who will lend her some money.

“Huyu kijana MCA Tricky amepata kazi ya radio pale radio maisha asubui. Sasa nimepata mtu wa kukopa pesa… MCA Tricky usinizimie simu mwisho wa mwezi. (Congratulations go for it boy) your salary is ours and, the government takes 8%.” Said Mammito on social media.

MCA Tricky’s fans congratulated him for his new job.

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world


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