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Laughing To Problem Solution

Every Kenyan today either young or old trust me is a great fun of the comic show churchil live.But intresting enough this show is not all about comics but also about empowering the talented youths,getting to represent the needs of the community to it6s leaders,engaging with youth and teenager and last;y entertainment. It empower the youth talented by inviting local artist such as poets,musicians and commedians to came and present what they are best at doing to an eager audience.In exchange they are appreciated,acknoledged,motivated and are to earn something by the end of the day. The show weekly take chances to visit young teenagers and youth in churches,schools and even events.Here they get to teach on "chilling" a symbol of letter V by fingers.It means that you are a virgin and here they tell the youth the benefits of abstaining.They also engage with them through talks and get their views about life.Through this society has been able to understand how the youth feel and tried to help them. Lastly the show invites prominent leaders.They challange them by evaluating them.They also get to hear how far they have gone their goals and ambitions.Aspiring politicians and leaders come it and give their manifestos.The show through its comics carries a lot of things.


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  • Gender of storyteller: Female
  • Age of storyteller: 16-21 years old
  • This story took place more than 2 years ago
  • Location: Dandora, Nairobi, Kenya
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