Nicholas Kioko: From A Poor Hawker to Earning ksh.2.1 Million Monthly From YouTube. -

Nicholas Kioko: From A Poor Hawker to Earning ksh.2.1 Million Monthly From YouTube.

Nicholas Kioko, a beloved Kenyan YouTuber, has become a viral sensation with the slogan “A lot more is coming.” His remarkable journey is marked by humility, absence of scandals, and consistent fame-building within the digital realm.

Hailing from a modest upbringing, Kioko’s path to YouTube success was paved with numerous odd jobs. In an interview with Obinna, Kioko shared that he had worked as a hawker, even selling face masks during the challenging Covid-19 period.

His days as a hawker were arduous, filled with financial struggles, but his resilience never wavered. The streets were unforgiving. Armed with a background in media studies from NIBS and prior experience as an intern at Citizen TV, Kioko decided to embark on his YouTube journey.

The turning point came in 2021 when Kioko’s YouTube channel gained traction after a collaboration video with Onsongo, a young comedian. His popularity steadily grew, eventually translating into a steady income stream from the platform.

YouTube transformed Kioko’s life, and after months of hard work, he was able to purchase a new car. As of 2023, Kioko is among the top content creators and bloggers in Kenya, earning over Ksh. 1 million monthly from his YouTube channel.

Recent statistics reveal that Nicholas Kioko’s YouTube earnings have surged to an impressive Ksh. 1.2 million each month, a remarkable accomplishment. Moreover, his wife, Wambo Ashley, has also found success on the platform, further contributing to their financial well-being.

Nicholas Kioko epitomizes the adage that hard work and consistency yield success. His journey is a testament to the belief that there is always light at the end of the tunnel, inspiring others to pursue their dreams relentlessly.