moving back home

#1
When The Standard caught up with George Njuguna, popularly known as deejay Crème de la Crème, he had just arrived in Kericho on Saturday afternoon after a busy working trip in Nairobi.
TThe move began with a visit that turned permanent. But at the end of the day, we moved because there were no jobs. If they shut down clubs for seven months, no matter how much money you have saved, you will feel the pinch in your pocket. I used to make money to support my family through deejaying in clubs and now all that was gone. I used to make about Sh250,000 per week spinning in about four gigs, and now here I was making nothing with a young family relying entirely on me
“My wife couldn’t believe we were actually moving, but this was important if we were to manage life through the hard times. We had to swallow our pride, even as everyone wondered how I, arguably Kenya’s best deejay, would move back to what you would call village life. I knew this was the only way out and explained to my wife that we would start all over again,” he notes.
 

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Village Elder
#13
When The Standard caught up with George Njuguna, popularly known as deejay Crème de la Crème, he had just arrived in Kericho on Saturday afternoon after a busy working trip in Nairobi.
TThe move began with a visit that turned permanent. But at the end of the day, we moved because there were no jobs. If they shut down clubs for seven months, no matter how much money you have saved, you will feel the pinch in your pocket. I used to make money to support my family through deejaying in clubs and now all that was gone. I used to make about Sh250,000 per week spinning in about four gigs, and now here I was making nothing with a young family relying entirely on me
“My wife couldn’t believe we were actually moving, but this was important if we were to manage life through the hard times. We had to swallow our pride, even as everyone wondered how I, arguably Kenya’s best deejay, would move back to what you would call village life. I knew this was the only way out and explained to my wife that we would start all over again,” he notes.
So, George *Njuguna* has moved back home in *Kericho*? Isorait!
 
#17
Lakini pia hii curfew ya Corona is nonsense. There's no way of even knowing how exactly its helping anything. The govt is just wrecking the economy for nothing. Najua hiyo curfew iko tu ndio gava ipewe loans za kumanage hii scamdemic. People are going to school, work, restaurants, churches and funerals but for some reason curfew is still there. Loans zikiacha kupeanwa curfew ndio itaisha.
 

Sambamba

Village Sponsor
#18
Creme went back home to learn the ropes of their family business. Covid just provided a perfect excuse/opportunity.

His ageing father is a real birrionaire and needs someone to take over from him and Creme being a sharp guy fits in very well with those plans.

Usisome maneno ya wengine kwa gazeti urudi ushago. Utakufia huko na shida.
 

Sambamba

Village Sponsor
#19
elders huwa mnadanganyikaje na upuzi kama izi za wasanii? ao dj's kwa hekaya zao wao hupata pesa mingi kuliko owners wa izo club.
ii Nairobi kila mtu hujifanya anatengeza 0.25 million weekly, lakini shida ikitokea unaona ata 30k haezi afford.
60k per gig na uko na 4 of them per week. Only a few like him, MO and Mfalme command such figures though.
The rest are just scrapping. 5k per week ndio wanapata
 
#20
Wakenya ni watu mavi sana. All they know is 'copy and paste' like they were taught in highschool. Ever wondered how every block has an MPESA shop? Sasa anataka kila mtu arudi ocha ama?
Hii nairobi ulikuja pekee yako na utarudi kwenu pekee yako. If you get caught up in copying your friends moves utakuja lilia kyoo
 

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