Content creator and brand influencer Timothy Kimani, otherwise known as Njugush has spoken on how he ended up on the cover of a secondary school Chemistry Book.
In an interview on Iko Nini Podcast, the comedian noted that the photo on the textbook was his, also speaking on when it was taken.
Njugush noted that the photo was taken during a chemistry paper while he was sitting for his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams.
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“That picture was taken when I was in the last chemistry paper, I really liked Chemistry. I wanted to be a pilot and I took all the sciences, chemistry when it started to mix with math that’s when we started to mix because why should I do math with chemistry,” he said.
However, that is not the actual photo on the Chemistry textbook.
He uploaded the photo on his social media pages from where a graphic designer downloaded it and attached to the book.
“This picture is mine but that book I think they just overlaid it. There is a guy on Twitter who is very good at graphics, that’s why he made it the way he did,” Njugush said.
Njugush was born in May 1991 in Meru County but grew up in different parts of the country because of his father’s work.
He admitted that he experienced culture shock due to frequent relocation as he had to adapt to a new way of living every time.
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In high school, he participated in drama festivals and later enrolled at Kenya Institute of Mass Communication (KIMC) for a journalism course.
He was part of KIMC’s drama club and travelled with the team to Mombasa for drama festivals where he met actors like Jeff Ayuma, Fred Indimuli, Dennis Mugo and Abel Mutua.
Njugush’s breakthrough came in 2014 after landing a role at KTN’s The Real House Helps of Kawangware.
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