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Gloria Muliro’s ex-husband pastor Eric Omba is happily married to another woman. Omba, a videographer parted ways with Gloria a few years back and he has moved on. He is in a relationship with a beautiful yellow-yellow woman believed to be of Congolese origin though its not clear whether they’re married legally or not. Her […]

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Willy Paul of the famed Hallelujah song

Family and Age… Wilson Abubakar Radido alias Willy Paul  was born on February 1993. He was born to Mr Radido who is of Ugandan descent  and was a Carpenter while his wife, was  an Immigrant from Tanzania. According to Kenyan life,Willy Paul and his parents lived in Mathare slums, where his mother succumbed to an illness in 2011. This forced Willy Paul to drop out of school due to financial constraints. Music journey… Fast forward,Willy Paul is now termed as a Kenyan Award winning Contemporary Christian Music artist and song writer from Kasarani in Nairobi. He came into limelight in 2010 after their first hit with Gloria Muliro ‘Sitolia” which he helped in the writing. “Sitolia’ was a reflection of his life history, depicting the struggles he had gone through but giving himself a renewed hope that God had been faithful enough to bring him to the limelight.Indeed!! I believe most of us related or still relate to this song till date. His first album, “You never know” was launched on Thursday 5 December 2013 in a colourful ceremony at the KICC graced by fellow gospel musicians. Awards… At the 2013 Groove awards ceremony, he was named male artist of the year  alongside his mentor Gloria Muliro who took the female artist of the year award. Some of his well known singles are Sitolia, Kitanzi and You never Know which have earned him international fame, including a famous tour of the US where he performed in different churches in several States. Controversy Despite , having an upscale journey in his career,Willy Paul is not a guest to controversy.Be it on matters love you won’t miss a story about him. Is he the most misunderstood celebrity?Well. Also read;Willy Paul is Kenya’s most misunderstood celebrity Be it his music, that is the…

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There has been endless debate whether Paul Radido aka Willy Paul is still a gospel artist. When Willy Paul ventured into music, he released his first song Sitolia which he featured Gloria Muliro. The song touched the hearts of many Kenyans due to the well composed and inspirational lyrics. Sitolia was more inspirational than some of the sermons we hear from the so called daddy and mummy pastors. Listening to Sitolia in a Sunday morning put you in the right mood of worshipping God. Willy Paul sung his heart out in the massive hit that brought him to the industry. When he was releasing Sitolia, he was struggling with life in the slums of Mathare. Perhaps the hard life in Mathare is what inspired him to come up with the song which basically means that “I will not cry since God is on my side”.  After Sitolia, Willy Pozze, as he is commonly known, released other gospel songs that topped charts like Mamangu, You Never Know just to name a few  and he became a darling of many Kenyans. He won the coveted Groove Awards and headlined all major gospel shows. As Willy Paul continued pursuing his thriving music career and getting more money, scandals started following him. He became a major headline in the tabloids. The first major scandal was when he was allegedly caught up having sex with socialite Pendo at KICC basement parking during Kisima Awards. After his sex scandal with Pendo, more scandals followed. From sleeping with different ladies, fighting over a married woman to neglecting his own mother after getting fame and money, Pozze became the new king of scandals in town. He also changed his style of music from content based gospel songs that uplifted the souls of millions of Kenyans to bubble-gum club…

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Every now and then, you’ll hear that a certain secular musician has seen the light and crossed over to the gospel industry. I, however, doubt whether most of them are genuine. First of all, most of them never have a backstory to their salvation. It’s an impulsive move in most cases. My assumption is that if you decide to get saved, there’s a series of events that led you there. You didn’t just wake up one morning and saw it fit to seek redemption. Secondly, for most of these musicians, it’s a business move more than anything because you’ll never hear that so and so who is a secular musician saw the light and quit music or became a pastor. They always dash to the gospel industry which is often perceived as more profitable. You see, Kenya’s gospel industry was much bigger than the secular industry until recently. 5 or so years ago, at a time like now, the biggest hits in Kenya were gospel songs. Bahati, Willy Paul, DK Kwenye Beat, Mercy Masika, Gloria Muliro, etc ruled the airwaves. If you remember, most secular artists got saved and switched to the gospel industry around this time. Interestingly, the secular industry started improving and somewhere along the way it overtook the gospel industry. But that’s a story for another day. For a long time, the gospel industry was bigger because it had structures that were working. Simply put, it was more organized. That’s why award ceremonies such as Groove Awards are still relevant to date. Sponsors could trust event organizers with funds. Artists also had faith in event organizers unlike the secular industry where you were likely to be swindled. And no, I don’t imply that people have never been conned in the gospel industry, the probability is just low….

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University students have become an easy target for goons. Of late, many have died under mysterious circumstances and this trend seems not to stop anytime soon unless the government intervenes. Last week, former University of Nairobi student leader OCS Rangira was shot dead at Club ‘Klabu’ 36 market, which is near UoN hostels. He was a […]

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Socialite Vera Sidika has been left humiliated and embarrassed after King Kaka shared her photos on social media. The two linked up at Nevada, US where King Kaka was performing and he took pictures of the socialite and posted on Instagram. Alos read: ‘Kwani Umekua Vera Sidika?’ Kenyans go ham on Size 8 after sharing […]

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