Famous content creator Director Trevor said that he would be okay if Mungai Eve earned more than him.
In his Instagram story, Trevor said that what they value most with Eve is each other’s contribution to their family.
He further said that they believe in equal opportunities.
“Even if angekua anaearn more than me, to me its not an issue for us. we believe in equal opportunities and value each others contributions to our family and the company. Our focus is working together as a team, supporting and empowering each other to achieve our goals, ” wrote Trevor while responding to a question from a fan on whether Eve makes more money.
According to the video director, they each make Kshs800,000 per month, which is generated through social media platforms such as YouTube in stream adds and Facebook.
“As employees of Mungai Eve Media, my wife and I both receive a salary of 800k Each! money that is generated through YouTube -in stream ads and Facebook,” he revealed.
He went ahead to reveal that last year, they earned Kshs 13,605,565.19 Kenyan shillings from YouTube but he is not sure of the amount of money they make every a year.
Trevor also explained his role as a Co-Founder of Mungai Eve Media.
“As the Co Founder /CFF of Mungai Eve Media Online media , my roles involves overseeing the overall strategic direction of the company, managing day to day operations, building and leading a talented team, fostering partnerships and ensuring the company’s growth and success in the ever-evolving digital media landscape,” he said.
The young millionaire said that he schooled at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology where e pursued a diploma course in mass communication.
About their future plans, Trevor said that the couple is deeply committed to each other and that they are building a strong foundation for themselves. He added that they are not in a hurry to tie the knot since they are ensuring that they are ready for it and further said they plan to get their first born on January 26, 2023.