Mammito Eunice’s mind-blowing rate card causes amazement online

Mammito Eunice, a female comedian, has joined the list of public celebrities who have made their rating cards public.

Sharing the specifics of her rate card, the content creator, who has over 1.7 million Instagram followers and over 1 million on Facebook, has made it obvious that she does not come cheap.

According to the paper, you would have to pay a cool KSh 60,000 for the advertisement to display your page/products on her Instagram stories. Yes, you will pay 60k to appear on Mamitto’s page for 15 seconds.

oving on to other sections of the same platform (Instagram) the comedian who has made a name for herself revealed that video on her Instagram feed will set you back a quarter of a million. Sh. 250,000 for videos on Mammito’s feed.

While her going live to market your product will cost you Sh. 150,000. She however didn’t stipulate how long the live feed was supposed to be could be 30 minutes 0r an hour.

Shifting from Instagram to her other powerhouse, FaceBook Mamitto made it clear that the charges there would be a little bit cheaper.

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On Facebook, Mammito charges Sh50,000 for videos in the story section.

Those looking to have their products or services marketed on Mammito’s Twitter account which boasts over 29,000 followers will have to part with Sh80,000 for the tweets and 10 thousand less of that for the video powerhouse that is TikTok.

The 29-year-old will be charging Sh70,000 for promo videos on TikTok.

When it comes to YouTube, where Mammito’s channel has over 213,000 subscribers, and rakes in thousands of views the comedian revealed she would be charging KSh 250,000 for a video.

Mammito’s rate card also includes her charges for appearances and hosting events where clients will be required to pay Mammito Sh120,000 for a two-hour appearance and Sh 150,000 to emcee.

Following the revelations, the content creator joins the list of other creators such as fellow comedian Jasper Murume, public figure/entrepreneur Anerlisa Muiga, and musicians Willy Paul and Juliani who have made their rate cards public.

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