DJ MO Is Going Back To School After His Daughter Ladasha Embarrassed Him! Noma

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Popular and well renowned gospel disk jockey, Samuel Muraya alias DJ MO shocked most netizens after he openly admitted that he was going back to school.

This comes after an online video surfaced of his daughter, Ladasha Belle Wambui dissing a meal he had prepared citing that it was yucky and she went ahead to spit in the sink.

When questioned about the decision, he had this to say,

“I love my daughter so much and will do anything to keep her happy. I have thought about it and I’ve decided to pursue a catering course to boost my kitchen skills, because, if I don’t show her how to be treated, who will? ”

The DJ who is married to the gorgeous gospel musician Size8 Reborn is set to join Jodan College of Technology during their September Intake for a 3 year course in Catering and Hotel Management.

The gospel artist is also heard in the background laughing at the burnt rice which Dj Mo referred to as crunchy, something that most netizens found hilarious.


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“I settled here because of how accessible it is, they offer quality training and I talked to my good friend Joshua Makori of NTV who is an alumnus of the institution and he highly recommended it for my course.” Added the father of two.

He went ahead to urge his followers to invest time in their children and shared the importance of keeping them happy in all aspects.

A number of celebrities including his wife lauded the move and went on to wish him well on social media.

The college is located in a serene environment in Thika Town and offers a wide array of certificate and diploma programs in Journalism & Mass Communication, Engineering, ICT, Hospitality, Cosmetology, Business and Health.

The institution is TVETA approved and offers KNEC, ABMA, ICM, NITA, CITY & GUILDS, TVET CDACC programs.

We wish him well in his newly chosen path at Jodan College of Technology.

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