Mammito Biography – Wiki
Mammito born as Eunice Wanjiru Njoki is a well-known Kenyan stand-up comedian, content creator, actress and media personality. She is well known for her comedy on NTV’s Churchill Show. With a large following on her social media accounts, Mammito likes to keep her fans entertained by posting short comedy videos which have thousands of likes.
Eunice Wanjiru Njoki alias Mammito was born on 18 September 1993 in Nairobi, Kenya. She is 27 years old as of 2020.
She stands at a moderate height however, her exact is not known.
Mammito is in a relationship with Butita (fellow comedian), and the couple is rumored to have rent a house together in Pangani, Nairobi.
Born in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, she grew up in the slums of Kibera. Mammito was raised by her single mother Nancy Njoki.
Mammito Net Worth
Mammito has an approximated net worth of $500K -$1 million U.S dollars. Her career as a comedian is the primary source of her income.
Mammito went to Laini Saba primary education. She struggled during her primary education where a meal alone, in these slums was quite a struggle. She finished her primary education in 2007 and later joined Gatero Girls High School, Nyahururu in 2008. She studied up to Form Three before changing school in 2011 and joined Silanga Mixed Secondary School, Kibera where she sat her KCSE in 2011. After her high school education, she joined Mount Kenya University where she studied Community Development. At the university, Mammito was active in the drama group.
Having started her comedy in University, her mother and aunt disapproved citing that it made her a joker. Following her passion, Mammito became rebellious which made her being sent to the village in Murang’a to stay with her grandmother.
Like any other University graduate, Mammito began hunting for a job as a social worker, but she failed to get one. Despite knowing she has a talent in comedy, she had never thought of doing comedy as a career. After missing out on job opportunities, Mammito decided to audition for the Churchill Show. After failing to impress a couple of times, she would be sent away, but Mammmito would not give up and would still show up next audition.
She was accepted in 2015 and had her first open mic performance at the Churchill Show. During her first performance, “nobody laughed it’s like I was giving a speech, there was nothing but echo. There is even a time I forgot all my lines, I just looked blankly at the crowd and walked off stage, I was so embarrassed I just cried,” she narrated. Following her consistency, she has improved to be the queen of Kenyan comedy.
Mammito was scheduled to perform at the three day Kigali International Comedy Festival event in November 2017. She also took part in Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown television documentary as herself in 2018. She headlined the Saturday Night Comedy at the Blues Restaurant in Nairobi on 5 January 2019.