Comedian Njoro opened up about his fall from grace. In an interview with Massawe Japanni, Njoro narrated how he squandered Ksh 3.9m on alcohol and parties.
Later, his career took a nose dive.
Njoro said, “Maina Kageni called me and told me you are talented but lazy, talent without hardwook is nothing. Talent alone cannot help you. You have to push yourself like how Eric Omondi does.”
“I’m back to comedy. Just waiting for this pandemic to end. so I can take up the stage again. I have an online series called Njoroge wa Ndume whose episodes run on social media.”
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“I have a show on KTN every Sunday from 4:30pm. We are shooting, the show has already aired the firs episodes, 13 more to go.”
Asked what advise he would give his colleagues suffering from depression, Njoro said,
“This celebrity life comes and ends just as abruptly, be careful. There are many who are are suffering if you can reach out to them. Also for the entertainers, it is okay to speak so that you can get help, don’t act strong and end up suffering. But above all lets stop being lazy.”