MCA Tricky Biography
MCA Tricky is a Churchill show comedian who has been favorite for many. His entire on-screen persona revolves around portraying the life and stories of Nairobi street boys.
MCA Tricky Age
MCA Tricky was born in 1993
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MCA Tricky (born Paul Kimani Njoroge) was born and raised up at the coastal region of Kenya, to Mr. Peter and his wife, Ann Ndavi. He has two elder brothers making him the last born.
MCA Tricky Education
Speaking of his education, as a child, he attended Ikungu Primary School in Makindu, Mombasa county, and completed in 2004. He enrolled at Light International Academy in Karen after he secured himself a full scholarship from the school’s management. He was brought to the limelight after he successfully auditioned for Churchill show back in 2016 and is now one of Kenya’s celebrated comedians.
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Talking of his love life, MCA tricky is said to be dating a hot Kamba lady known as Asha. He is also reported being dating another lady by name Rose, an entertainer and a good friend and colleague to him.
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At the tender age of 12 years, he was thrust into the harsh reality of harsh street life. His peers convinced him to accompany them to Nairobi in search of greener pastures without the knowledge of his parents. Filled with desperation and frustration due to lack of school fees, forced him to agree on the proposal, only to realize that life in the city was harder than he expected.
While in Nairobi he was situated in Nairobi’s Saika estate, during which he worked as a vegetable errand boy to and from Gikomba market to survive. He experienced hunger and mistreatment by indifferent members of the public. With time, however, the people he was hanging out with introduced him to drug abuse. He ended up being tossed from one abandoned house to another
Life offered very little to laugh about but somehow he chose to embrace comedy as a vehicle to numb the misery of harsh street-life, encouraged by members of little-known Barikiwa set book group who often staged show in various colleges.
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The comedian is the latest addition to Radio Maisha ‘Maisha Asubuhi Show’. He runs the show with co-host Billy Miya.
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In February 2016, he attended Churchill show auditions and beat everyone in the audition. His signature style on the stage is a baggy grey coat, Redshirt, and a three-quarter navy blue trouser. His persona revolves around portraying the life and stories of Nairobi street boys. He puts a funny twist to his street experience to entertain and educate his fans on what it really feels like to be out on the streets.
MCA Tricky has become a favorite to many lovers of the show which is shot at Carnivore and aired on NTV every Sunday. Tricky prides himself as a street boy with his accent just doing him that favor
MCA Tricky uses that character so people can stop overlooking the less fortunate he says his character has changed people’s perceptions of street kids. He says people see him when they meet a chokora and they treat them like human beings. He says no one wakes up and decides to be a chokora, you just sink into it like a bad habit; it can happen to anyone.
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As a comedian, MCA Tricky had already made his name in the field of films. His talents and works have made him earn an estimated salary of Ksh over kes100,000.
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MCA Tricky Aspirations
MCA Tricky hopes to become a mentor to the less privileged including aspiring comedians, advising them to follow their hearts’ yearnings.
“Nothing comes easy; it is important to give it your all if you hope to succeed. It is important to keep in mind that life is a battlefield and not a playing ground and being here for a short time we need to strive and make the best of it,” he said.
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I was never a chokoraa: MCA Tricky
Where did you grow up?
I grew up along Mombasa road in a place Makindu.
Do you still visit Akina Katunge?
Yes, I do, Katunge is my girlfriend. As you can tell, her name is a corruption of the word poke (dunga) in Swahili.
Do you still visit the streets?
I was never a chokoraa (street kid). I was only a hustler in the streets but a section of the press changed the story to imply I was one.
I was but a hustler ferrying goods for businesspeople to and fro Muthurwa Market.
Do their parents know they are in the streets?
Not all of them. There are children who are genuinely in the streets while others are in the streets for other agendas hence, getting them off the streets is very hard.
It is quite unfortunate that with each new dawn, even more, children go out into the streets.
Do you interact with them?
Of course yes. They even know me, so I don’t ignore them. But I blame the public for funding their stay in the streets.
So you mean we shouldn’t give them money?
Before you give them money, try to understand their problems. When they come begging don’t just give them money. Try to talk to them and understand the reason for keeping them in the streets. If it is food, buy them instead of giving them money.
I once talked to a street kid who had just come from Kisii and wanted to live in the streets. I urged him to go back home than stay and rot in the streets of Nairobi. He heeded my and went back home.
A streets kid makes up to Sh5, 000 a day from Kenyans’ handouts. With a chokosh earning such a tidy sum, how will you convince them to abandon life in the streets?
You once said Professor Hamo precipitated your growth in the entertainment industry. How was that?
He is among the many comedians whose work I loved. When I was joining the industry, Hamo was at the top of his career and he really inspired me.
Just the other year your fellow Churchill Show comedian Emmanuel Makori aka Ayeiya lost his life in a grisly accident. What do you remember him most for?
When I first landed at Churchill Show, he was the first person to invite me to perform at a function as he believed in my abilities.
Anytime he landed a side hustle, say emceeing in a wedding, he would invite me to accompany him.
That really strengthened our bond. And fellow comedians knew it.
On the outside, he gave an impression of being a ‘bad boy’ but in reality, he was one spiritual man. He loved to end his shows calling on the audience to get saved, something that he also used to tell me.
Whenever he got personal with a fellow comedian, he would start preaching to them.
Aside from Churchill Show, you also upload some of your work on your YouTube…
Yes, I have a YouTube channel ‘MCA Tricky TV’. It has 44,000 subscribers and growing.
What is your advice to the youth?
Teamwork is very vital in day to day life. Don’t struggle alone, look for people with common goals. There are so many opportunities out there.
The government should also play its part in creating job opportunities for the youth. But I emphasize on teamwork. A good case in point is Ethic Entertainment, the budding rappers behind Lamba Lolo.
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