Popular tele-comedian Sande Bush or Dr. Ofweneke is a Luhya from Kakamega County. Details emerge.
Speaking with Jalang’o on the Bonga Na Jalas Youtube sit down interview last Saturday, Ofweneke explained how he was raised with a step mother whom he praised a lot for accommodating him like his own child.
Interestingly, for the first time, he disclosed that has also never been to Nigeria as he always tries to portray himself while doing shows on Tv and major podiums.
“You know I have never been to Nigeria. Unfortunately, I have never wished to go to Nigeria. Actually, I have never been to the upper part of Africa,” he told Jalang’o.
He then opened up on when he would be stopping doing comedy in a Nigerian accent which he says, despite having helped settle his bills for long, he was contemplating to switch to a new style.
“I think I am tired. I am at a point I am thinking I should hang my boots and maybe visit Nigeria on other business trips,” he said.
During his early days as a young villager, he would spent most of his time in the hands of relatives some who did not like staying with him.
“I was taken to Malava at my aunt’s place and her husband did not just like me. I worked in the forest fighting monkeys from invading his farm. It was a hard life and that was the first time I thought of committing suicide,” he recounted.
Ofweneke runs a show on KTN, and before cutting his niche, he was a regular funny man on Churchill live Show. Video/Courtesy-