– According to comedian Jemutai, she used to sleep on the floor and did not have a gas cooker
– The mother of two said during the pregnancy, her neighbour in Pipeline cooked and serve her food
– She opened up on how things got tough after welcoming her son and she had to go back to Churchill Show while the boy was two months old so as to be able to pay bills
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Talented Churchill Show comedian Jemutai has opened up on the struggles she went through during her son’s pregnancy.
The funny woman shared a throwback photo while pregnant with her son Jeremy and recounted how life had beaten her from all corners.
According to the comedian, four years ago she used to live in Pipeline estate and used to sleep on the floor.
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Jemutai said she did not have a gas cooker and survived with the food she got from her neighbour.
“My baby boy is turning four years next month and we have come from far. Here I used to live in a single room in Pipeline and we used to have lights on throughout for it was very dark. I used to sleep on the floor and I did not have a gas cooker. My neighbour Sarah used to cook in her house and bring me food. God continue blessing you mama,” wrote Jemutai.
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According to the thespian, her pregnancy was not a smooth one as her son was born after 42 weeks.
Jemutai recounted she was induced into labour from 6am to 11pm and at some point the baby’s heartbeat could not be traced, something that warranted an emergency caesarean section.
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“Jeremy had exceeded 42 weeks and so I took myself to the hospital. I was induced into labour from 6am to 11pm. At some point, the doctor couldn’t feel his heartbeat so I had to go for emergency CS,” said the funny woman.
The mother of two said paying the hospital bill was a challenge and while her son was two months old she made a comeback on Churchill Show to earn a living.
“Money to get out of the hospital was another challenge. I went back to Churchill Show when Jeremy was two months old so that I could be able to pay my bill. My people be encouraged no matter what you are going through, nothing is permanent, let’s keep working hard, we shall be successful one day,” said Jemutai.
In other news, TUKO.co.ke reported that former Churchill Show comedian Njoro is finally back to his best after a recent struggle with depression.
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The comedian has been in a bad shape but says he is happy and thankful to God for his recovery after finishing his therapy.
In a video shared on his Instagram account, Njoro said he was finally back and that depression was just like any other condition.
He urged those that are in a similar state to seek help because it was very difficult to come through it alone.
“Let me tell you one thing, depression is real and it’s just like any other disease. Whenever you feel like you have depression just seek help because this thing is very difficult, I’m happy, I thank God, I thank all my fans. I love you so much,” he said.
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