Last Sunday’s edition of Churchill Show will be one of the most remembered episodes after a moment of philanthropy was witnessed on air when Churchill offered support for a needful boy called Juma.
GOD works in amazing ways. This is because if Churchill didn’t go for the Toto’s corner where they visit schools no one could have noticed the funny character of Juma. Behind the funny character of Juma is a boy who is the only man of the house as he takes care of his only parent, his mother.
Having a single parent is not easy as the mother has to play the role of the father and mother and take care of the needs of the children. The only hope they have when theirs no food or clothing is to pray to GOD.
The amazing thing is that the door that Juma’s mother had always wanted to open finally opened on Thursday evening during the live recording. As comedian Churchill together with his foundation decided to support the family by offering to take care of Juma’s school needs. On the other hand his mother was given a cheque of Ksh.10,000 added up with another Ksh.50,000 to start a business.
What a touching moment this was as Kenyans joined in to have they say of that moment.
Nothing is impossible kwa hii dunia #churchillshow #juma
love this kid #Juma on #ChurchillShow God bless Churchill for helping him & his fam
Cynthya wairimu @Cynthyawairimu 12h
#juma..God listens am so touchd..mps shoud feel ashamd there arguing abt flags on cars while kids like juma wako bila kitu
See how God works miracles @MwalimChurchill mungu akubariki sana.#juma u are bound for more.
How did I find myself clapping in the house alone? #churchillshow + #Juma
… Wow Thanks A Million @MwalimChurchill. For What U Did for #Juma | #ChurchillShow
#juma touched on so many things among them is poverty, poor education (school status), girl child empowerment, lack of mentors#Churchillshow
May God bless u//Churchill for the work well done to Juma & his Mother.
God bless you Churchill for the good work u deed