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Ngamwaya Kemikal: How The Mzungu In Terence’s Wash Wash Video Landed His Role

by Yahil Felix

Comedian Terence Creative’s skit about ‘wash wash’ has lately been the talk of town . In the video, we have an American by the name Darren Collins.

The American national has explained his life in Kenya and how he landed his role in Terence Creative’s video. Mr. Collins has said that he landed in Kenya 10 years ago but started living in the country six years ago.

He said that he came to Kenya in 2012 on a mission to do a research project about HIV/AIDS prevention education through story telling. He said that he visited hospitals and spoke to persons living with HIV/AIDS at that time.

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Collins said that after completing his project, he was invited by Nairobi Rotary club upon which he decided to stay in Kenya, he then met comedians Fred Omondi and Terrence Creative.

About landing his role in Terrance’s viral ‘Wash Wash’ video, “I landed the role in the wash wash, kemikal video because I am a white guy who was around. He added that he has ever worked with Terrence and therefore they have a close working relationship.

He said while doing his research in 2012, he did comedy with Terence and Fred Omondi. In the recent video, Terrence decided that he was the right person for the role.

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Collins revealed that whenever Terrence gives him a call, he will accept it knowing that the skit will be done well.

He also said he enjoys his stay in Kenya adding that the people refer to him as mzungu, mlami and now wash wash.

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