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The online ‘comedian’ commands a huge following on Facebook thanks to his immense popularity in the ‘Kilimani Mums’ group.

The King of ‘Wamama’ opens up about his fame, childhood, his admirers, and his plans for the future. Guys there don’t flush toilets and so you can imagine how bad the situation was.

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Name: Patrick Age;42yrs Location; Nairobi Nationality: Kenyan Status:widower Occupation. We also PUBLICLY post your details n photos on our sites if willing n with your PERMISSION.He used to sell stones to women, so he was nicknamed Owino Mawe, and we shared the nickname. I attained a D minus, but I still wanted to join university to study political science because I always wanted to ‘rule’. My designated job at the time was to work as a cook, but things changed when I arrived in that country. I always address everyone in Kilimani Mums as Let’s talk about your ‘nudes’ and love of posting ‘half-naked’ videos.However, since I lacked school fees, I resorted to ferrying luggage for businesspeople at Korogocho market. I had applied for jobs in the Middle East for three years with no success. I had no teeth so I was instead reassigned to clean toilets at night. I think it all started when my nudes were leaked by a woman I was dating online.What’s with all these nicknames and do you even remember all of them? But I call myself ‘Mfalme Tajiri Mkuu’ on social media because I’ve always had the desire to become a very rich man…and a king too! I was stressed and lonely, since I had no one to talk to. I realised that many people were happy when they watched the funny videos and photos. I first started with the group, Kenyans in Gulf, then I joined Kenyans in Majuu before I discovered Kilimani Mums.I have other nicknames: Pastor – because I loved praying; and Owino Mawe – which I was given by locals in Korogocho due to my dad’s nature of work. I was born in 1988 at Korogocho in a family of nine – six boys and three girls. I went to St Valentine’s Secondary School after finishing my primary education at Korogocho Primary School. To stay sane and relieve stress, I posted photos and videos online and the feedback I received was overwhelming. So, I made it a routine of going Live on Facebook every day and shared how my day was. This is where I was given the name ‘Wamama’ because it was my intro signature in the group.If you are feeling depressed, lonely, insecure, or anything of that nature, those negative emotions will affect the way you write.

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