Big Ted,former State House events and marketing promoter Thomas Kwaka opened up about going bankrupt in 2017. This contrast with fact that he still worked at the House on the Hill.
Speaking to comedian Felix Odiwuor (Jalang’o) on his You tube show on Tuesday, January 12, Big Ted stated that his company, Main Events, had incurred a ksh 15 million debt due to financial mismanagement.
“In my life, I have been bankrupt twice, the latest being three years ago. I was bankrupt while working at State House,” Big Ted begun. Big Ted, who had run his company for 15 years, stated that he had the opportunity to involve himself in unscrupulous deals, but decided to go clean and honor God.
Types of people
“There are two kinds of people, those who believe that they will work and God will honor them. They look very stupid to everybody, and then there are people who look like they are working, but they are not working.
“I had the opportunity to do wash wash, to do crazy deals. This even while at State House, but I didn’t.” he stated.
The entertainment guru would only be saved from his misery. This when a lady offered to buy his company, including settling the Ksh15 million debt.
“I will never forget what she told me that day when I left the office. She said, Ted, if we agree today, then nobody you owe money will call you again. I left that place with nothing, but I left free.
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“God gave me another chance,” he added.
Big Ted’s company majored in marketing, communications and hospitality. The services included; consultancy services in marketing, communication, event management, merchandising, media management and liaison, artist management and production.
The entertainer played a leading role in mobilizing the youth to rally. This behind President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto during their campaigns.
“I have made mistakes, with my life, family, social and spiritual life. I am great example of mistake making, but I am also a great example of God’s race,” he said.