RIP! Comedian Emmanuel Makori ‘Ayeiya’ remembered three years on

A day like this, 14th April 2017, Emmanuel Makori Nyambane  alias Ayeiya went to be with The Lord. He died after  his car hit a pole near the Catholic University of Eastern Africa on Magadi Road, while coming from a show at Carnivore.

Godfather of laugh industry, Churchill paid tribute to Ayeiya during the recording of the show last weekend

Unfortunately, this is the week we lost Ayeiya.

This is your anniversary we still remember you Ayeiya and we pray you continue resting in peace.

He was coming up very well. Ayeiya, we still love you so much. 

His guest, comedian Jalang’o added,

It was one of the most saddest moments in the comedy industry. 

Ayeiya had many signature styles. His fans can vividly remember how he used to walk on stage.

Ayeiya would come in with his signature beats and say.


He would immediately introduce his topic of the day.

Ayeiya would walk on stage with his black briefcase and one memorable thing about him was that he never missed putting on his cap.

May he continue resting in peace.

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‘I Know You Are Still With Us… True Soldiers Never Die,’ Read DJ Shiti’s Moving Tribute To Ayeiya

Real House Helps of Kwangware actor DJ Shiti has penned an emotional tribute to late comedian Ayeiya, born Emmanuel Makori.

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Ayeiya passed away on 14, April last year in a grisly road accident. The witty comedian was eulogized by many as a great and talented artiste and his legacy still lives on.

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“It’s almost one year since you went to dine with the angels… you set the pace for us in the Comedy Industry…. Most of us started our career replicating your reputation…. from comparison jokes to story jokes… as well as real-life situation jokes…. I know you are still with us… True soldiers Never Die… Ayeiyaaaaa….poapoa…,” read DJ Shiti’s message.

Ayeiya left behind a widow and a daughter.

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Keep resting with the angels comrade!

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MUST READ! The Message Ayeiya Shared With Kenyans Before His Painful Death

He always brightened our living rooms whenever he graced the screen. He left our ribs aching but he is no more. Emmanuel Makori Nyambane alias Ayeiya Poa Poa alias AKA died on Friday morning after he was involved in a grisly road accident near the Catholic University of Eastern Africa.

The late Ayeiya was in the company of his wife, comedian Wakimani, award-winning actor Maina Olwenya and a friend when their car hit an electric pole. Ayeiya died on the spot while his wife suffered serious injuries and was rushed to the Kenyatta National Hospital where she is still undergoing the treatment and reports indicate that she is in a critical condition.

Life And Times Of The Super Talented Comedian Ayeiya (VIDEO)

Well, apart from his creativity and fresh content, Ayeiya left Kenyans with a powerful message that many will remember him for.

“TusiBLEED Ndio WaLEAD.”

Here is the photo evidence

This message is an advice to Kenyans to remain peaceful during the election period. In short, Kenyans should exercise free and fair elections so as to avoid a repeat of 2007 post-election violence.


Life And Times Of The Super Talented Comedian Ayeiya (VIDEO)

Before his demise, Emmanuel Makori Nyambane alias Ayieya or AKA was one of the funniest comedians at the popular Churchill show.

Ayieya always ended his shows with these words;

‘Ayieyaaaaa, Poa Poa, Awolan Shatta deh, Mungu Awabariki.”

This morning, news reached Mpasho that Ayieya went to be with the Lord after a tragic accident near The Catholic University of Eastern Africa. Ayieya was with award winning actor Maina Olwanga and fellow comedian Ogutu Wa Kimani who were rushed to the Kenyatta hospital.

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The comedian was with award winning actor Maina Olwenya and fellow comedian Ogutu Wa Kimani who were rushed to the Kenyatta hospital.

The comedian might have been coming from the Churchill recording held yesterday at the Carnivore grounds.

He will be remembered for his jokes sourced from day to day experiences and everyday current issues.

May he rest in peace.

Here is where Ayieya started, back in the day courtesy of Churchill show;