NTV Dr kingori has made a name for himself hosting The wicked edition show on Fridays at NTV. we are looking at Dr. biography, education background, cv, salary, wife, tribe, net worth and contacts
DR. KINGORI BIOGRAPHY
Raised in Blue Valley, Embu, in a family of five, 26-year-old Dr Kingori has made a name for himself as the host of NTV’s The Wicked Edition. The father of one is already dominating the comedy space and is planning to take it further.
According to our snitch Dr. Kingori sold this idea to both Obinna and Otoyo the men behind the offside show and thus the popularity of Kinyanjui the reporter was born.
DR. KINGORI EDUCATION BACKGROUND
Is he a real professor ? Kingori is not a real doctor but uses it a script name to spice up comedy
I ventured into professional comedy in 2010, which is when I realised I could get paid for it. I used to tell my friends that I would have my own TV show, but most of them didn’t take me seriously. A few believed in me and supported me. Back then in Embu, I was playing set-book characters.
FACTS ABOUT DR KINGORI
My favourite combination of food is ugali and maziwa mala.
My favourite drink is milk. I take milk only on days ending with ‘y’ (laughs)
The last time I cried was in 2012 when a girl who I thought was humble took advantage of me. I was very hurt, since we were very close.
I rarely smile, which is funny because I’m a comedian.
DR KINGORI SALARY , WEALTH AND NET WORTH
he earns close to 300k -500k per month but other side hustles
Dr. Kingori had problems with financial issues and was struggling to make a name for himself in the local kenyan comedy industry and had to come with a different style and that is why he kept the identity of Kinyanjui the guess work specialist a secret from from many people including even his family.
DR KINGORI INTERVIEW
KenyaBuzz: Describe yourself in three words.
Dr. King’ori: Three words?? You want me to describe myself in just three words!? Why can’t it be three sentences? Okay, I’d say I’m Cautious, Inquisitive and Curious.
KenyaBuzz: How did you pitch The Wicked Edition as a show?
Dr. Kingori: First, the idea was to pitch it as a segment on The Trend with Larry Madowo. Linus Kaikai (Managing Editor at Nation Media Group) saw it and thought it could be a good show on its own since the audience really enjoyed the short segment on The Trend.
KenyaBuzz: What is the one thing people don’t know about you?
Dr. King’ori: Well they don’t know my government names and that is something I like keeping under wraps since it’s part of the mystery. Also, I am not a real doctor nor a daktari wa miti (herbalist), but I provide the best medicine that real doctors don’t have – and that is humour.
My dad is my only fan back home, probably because everyone else is just as funny (laughs). He actually calls me by my stage name, Dr Kingori. I called my mum when I first appeared on a newspaper back in 2014, expecting her to be proud or excited. All she asked was, “You couldn’t find a better belt?”
DR KINGORI WIFE
he is father of one but we are yet to know the baby mama
Are you dating? – I am the chairman of team dry spell and I’m not relinquishing that position. I’m not in a relationship right now, but I am raising my young daughter as a single father. She is the lady in my life right now and she is the greatest joy of my life.