The Kibera-born entertainer celebrated this achievement by extending gratitude to the Almighty God as well as her fan-base and supporters.
In a social media post, she said that not even herself had thought she would have made it this far.
However, she hopes that her journey is an inspiration to all girls who are determined to bring a change to Africa.
“Special thanks to everyone for being part of this journey. Who would have thought that on this day a girl born and raised in Kibera, Kenya, would be the most followed female stand-up comedian in Africa? Not even me. This is a great inspiration to all the girls determined to make a difference in this continent. We can do it, if we can think about it, we can have it,” she wrote.
As she puts it, she has never had the easy way to the top.
“GREATNESS is a language that anyone can learn and at the end we can all speak GREATNESS. Let us keep moving and support each other, when one player scores the whole team wins.” She added.
In fact, despite her strengths in comedy, poetry and dance, she was disapproved by her family who said it made her look like a joke.
Now she has the last laugh as her career has grown far and wide beyond Churchill Show.
In November 2017, she performed at the Kigali International Comedy Festival.
In 2018, she performed at the Seka Festival Season 4 in Kigali, Rwanda and also at the East Africa Comedy Show at KICC, Nairobi.
Demand for her juicy content keeps escalating just as much as her fan base.