Mulamwah Biography-Age, Wife ( family), Education-school & university, Career, Official name, and Net worth
Popularly known by his stage name-Mulamwah is a highly celebrated comedian. Mulamwah’s real name is David Oyando. He is a medical nurse. His comedy journey can be traced back to the time he used to upload comic videos on social media. He later joined Churchill Live a popular comedy show in Kenya hosted by Daniel Ndambuki to put a smile on the face of Kenyans and laughter on their lips.
Mulamwah Age and Home County
Mulamwah clocked 27 as of the year 2020.
He hails from Butere in Kakamega County within the Western region of Kenya.
Mulamwah wife and family
Comedian Mulamwah got married recently to Carrol, his true love.
The two were expecting a baby but unfortunately Carrol miscarried at three months following undue pressure emanating from cyberbullying and comments of hatred.
Mulamwah’s Education, comedy, Role Models and career
Mulamwah schooled at St Anthony’s Boys’ High School Kitale where he scored a clean A in his KCSE national exams.
He later joined Moi High School where he pursued a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. When on campus, Mulamwah was incessantly looking for avenues to showcase his comedy skills such as in Christian Union forums and comedy clubs.
His comedy skills were nurtured by a group of comedians in Eldoret. His stage name by then was Muindi. Through this avenue he was able to mint cash that saw him through campus.
His role models were renowned comedians like Mzee Ojwang’ (Vitimbi), Nyambane, Antony Njuguna, Kajairo and Kona’s Mdomo Baggy.
During one of the interviews with a mainstream media house, Mulamwah narrated how he faced numerous financial challenges in his journey to Churchill Live Show.
He sold his only asset, a phone to raise the fare to Nairobi to attend the auditions.
Although he attended the auditions for Churchill Live three times, Mulamwah still held his shoulders high. He opted to apply for a scholarship at KNH for him to be close to Churchill Show and Real House helps of Kawangware for more auditions.
He finally made it to Churchill show hence realizing his long term dream.
Mulamwah later expanded his comedy to other platforms especially Whatsapp which he said was less competitive compared to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Mulamwah Net Worth
Mulamwah’s net worth is still being reviewed given his state of the budding artiste. He is a registered nurse, a career that pays him well.
Besides nursing, David Oyando also gets real cash from brand endorsements, YouTube earnings, Churchill Live and hosting shows such as KTN’s Talanta Mtaani.
His exact net worth will be updated once it is ready.
Mulamwah Quits Comedy
At his lowest moment (after his wife Carrol) lost their beloved baby due to pressure emanating from cyberbullying and hatred, mulamwah announced that he is quitting comedy.
Tough this was a tough decision for him to make, he cited social media trolling and negative criticism as key impediments to his success.
Mulamwah opened up to facing challenges from fans and other comedians in his pursuit of success in the Comedy industry. Some of his fans felt that his jokes were not good enough for them. They thus use avenues such as Twitter to compare his jokes with that of other comedians.
He also accused Churchill Live’s Wambilianga of stealing his jokes.
“We post videos online because we haven’t found a chance to be on TV yet. That doesn’t mean we don’t own them. It hurts sitting on TV at home watching your jokes being performed. If they have to be used, then credits should be given to the initial credits,” posted Mulamwah on his social media walls.
On quitting comedy, David candidly said that he was tired of the trolls from fans. He recorded a video while setting his comedy gear ablaze. Mulamwah’s last words were so touching
“It wasn’t an easy decision to make. Am sorry guys, what was to make me happy makes me sadder, more enemies than friends, too much negativity, trolls. I wasn’t here for fame and bad blood but fun. Shukran Sana kwa the support from the fans and everyone else who made it a success. To those who wished the worst for me I hope you are happy now, the stage is all yours. My prayer is that no one else goes through the same again. “