#RIPKasee: Kenyans mourn Churchill show comedian
By Fay Ngina
| June 29th 2020
mourning popular Churchill show comedian Joseph Musyoki Kivindu, after
he was found dead on Sunday evening, June 28, in Kinoo, Kiambu County.
The circumstances leading to the death of the comedian are
still unclear. However, Kenya Comedians Society Chairman, Ken Waudo said investigations
were launched to establish what caused his death.
Kenyan comedian Daniel Ndambuki aka Churchill and the host
of the Churchill show took to social media and confirmed Kasee’s death.
“A really sad way to end the week… it is a bitter pill to swallow but then we cannot question God’s plans… My deepest condolences to the family & friends of Kasee… May your hearts find peace from the almighty,” said Churchill.
Other Kenyans also took to social media and paid their last
respects to the comedian.
Bosi Bori: In
Life Death Is Certain The only Thing Uncertain Is The Time Of Death Special
Tribute To Kasee May God Comfort His Friends And Family during This Time of
Kima: Popularly known as "Kasee"...he used to grace our
screens on Churchill show. Rest in Peace bro, you were humble and loved. Till
we meet again.
Dennis Kiplimo: Death is so cruel. It has robbed us of a
promising comedian. Kasee will forever be remembered and will always be in the
hearts of many. This is indeed a big loss to the comedy industry.
Hanna Mwangi: Ate
kasee.... You'll be remembered by many rip champ.. To the family and Churchill
show fans take it easy we are all in this journey.
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