uccess -Eve Mungai born Everlyne Mungai has turned into a millionaire just from doing what she loves.
She has specialized in celebrity interview video which she uploads on her Youtube Channel that was launched in September 2020.
Currently, Pesatoday can authoritatively report that her viral channel has attracted a staggering 250,000 subscribers and the number is swelling every day.
From her own words, she claims that she makes not less than sh 1.5 million from the project which is currently rated top 10 within the country.
Mungai (21) said the channel started as a brain child of her boyfriend Trevor who now doubles up as her director and video-grapher.
Initially, she contemplated returning to her village after life in the city became a challenge, before Trevor triggered her mind with a channel idea.
“You shouldn’t go. I have an idea, let’s first try it out. Let’s start Mungai Eve YouTube channel then see how it goes,” ‘he told me’.” But as they started the project, it was dragging on and they had to start managing peoples’ Instagram accounts which they charged sh 1000 per month. The business was not so good.
So one day they had attended a social event dubbed Gengetone in which one person died from a skirmish.
“Trevor attended the Gengetone festival and there was a skirmish leading to the death of one person. He recorded the incident and asked me to do a voiceover narrating what had transpired. That was our first video upload on the channel and it really got a lot of attention with over 1,000 subscribers,” she recounted her debut in the lucrative Youtube career.
“Our second video was about the ‘sheng masters’ Mbogi Genje, who was trending at the time. We did a voice pop about their music. Then someone introduced us to one of their rivals, Madocho of Gotta City camp, whom we also covered. When we uploaded those two videos, that was it, Mungai Eve channel just blew off. The numbers of subscribers and view time increased significantly, that was our breakthrough,” she divulged.
At that point, they decided to monetize their channel which was free of any copyright claim or strikes. They also had all original content as well as 4000 watch hours threshold.
Trevor told the media that their first fat cheque to receive from Youtube was worth $ 1000 which they only accessed after getting their PIN four months later.
The amount started adding every month due to huge traffic the channel was attracting and next the cheque was of $ 2250. Today, the story is different and Eve must be called to cover any event around the city.
Though entities want to buy the channel with the latest offering a tempting figure of sh 10 million, Eve says it will be hard to give away her office in exchange of easy money.
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