Looks like he is now getting back into the comedy game. He recently toured parts of the U.S. performing to some of the Kenyan diaspora.
From comedian to radio host to running a group of radio stations, he has had a dubious, weird, aimless, random progression in the entertainment world. But looking at the clip, which was a promo for one of his Stateside tours, it is clear he should have stuck to what he knows best: comedy.
Instead of doing his usual scripted skits, he takes a different approach - he put himself in a group and feeds off his interactions to create comical moments. What resulted was an amusing blend of improvisation (improv) and character comedy. Doing improv is surprisingly difficult. You need to have an uncanny natural ability to turn any boring statement into a funny situation, from off the top of your head. Nyambane's improv act needs a bit of work, but it is impressive to see a comic be versatile in his delivery style.
If you had asked me before seeing this what I felt for Nyambane as a comic, my response would have been totally different from what I've just expressed. But I think after watching it, you will agree that Nyambane still kind of has it. Check him out below.