Mount Kenya University has partnered with a renowned comedian, Daniel Ndambuki, (Churchill), and formed The MKU-Churchill Institute of performing Arts
A renowned Comedian, Daniel Ndambuki alias Churchill has been named after an Institution, after he, signing a partnership, with the Mount Kenya University. The Institution is now called Mount Kenya University (MKU)-Churchil Institute of Performing and Creative Arts.
According to the MKU, Churchill is always on the forefront in supporting youths who have a passion for acting.
Churchill signed the partnership with MKU tycoon who is also the owner of TV47 on Saturday 19th . This comes after Churchill’s show ended at NTV after over a decade, and is now set to move to TV47.
MKU Institute of Performing and Creative Arts is known for its outstanding performance in the acting field. It has won the National Drama Festivals Tittle since 2015. Most of its students have won several auditions to perform in Churchill show, thus the need for partnership.
The University observed that during the Covid 19 Pademic, many people lost there jobs. Therefore, the need come up with an acting institution to help Kenyans widen their earning platforms.
Students who excel at the MKU-Churchill Institute of Performing and Creative Arts will have to further their studies at Oxford Dramatic Society. This is because the MKU Institute of Performing and Creative Arts was Modeled by the same. Its was founded in 1985 by Alec Mackkinnon and has sired many famous actors around the world.
“We will issue scholarships to those who exhibit potential for excellence. The scholarships will be similar to the sports scholarships offered by universities in the US,” read a statement by the Institution.
Over the years, Churchill has nurtured many talents in the acting field. The Churchill show has seen many actors and comedians lived to their dreams besides putting bread to their table.
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