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‘I have more than 17 kids!’ Top comedian Oga Obinna reveals

Top Kenyan comedian, Oga Obinna has revealed that just like Abraham from the bible, he is a father of many!

The Churchill show comedian contrary to speculations that he has sired 25 children with different women, he can reveal that he is a father of 17 kids, four biological ones and 13 step children.

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The four biological kids are made up of three girls and one boy.

Oga Obinna is a father after all, father to they say 25 but I am sure about 17. You know some of them when they come with their mothers you look at the children and you doubt. But you know if you want to know your child look at the shape of the head. He said.

Adding; Ok four kids are mine but the rest came with their mothers. Thirteen were ready made now four are mine, those are three ladies and one is a gentlemen, actually my second born daughter, Brianna is turning six today.

So I am a father, a very funny person, a musician then I do event hosting where we also do artist management. So that’s what I do for now. 

Obinna was speaking to Massawe Japanni on Radio Jambo on Tuesday afternoon, where he went on to narrate about his life history, which was clouded by a tough childhood, before becoming the superstar he is.

According to the 28-year-old musician cum DJ, him and his dad never saw eye to eye and that forced him to run away from his village. Having nowhere to go, he was forced to live on the streets of Nairobi for a month.

Read his narration below.

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How was your childhood like?

My childhood was terrible, I used to have a lot of issues with my dad, I think I used to be a rude kid that is what he says. Growing up he used to encourage me to be like my brother and nowadays he asks my elder brother to be like me.

So we did not agree and I ran away from my village and came to Nairobi to be a street boy for a month, back in 2009. That is when I took myself to Eastleigh high while living in Makongeni with a relative.

When I started doing radio that time I was not being paid for a couple of months then I was being paid Sh10,000. So it’s been like seven to eight years now that I have been doing the same thing over and over then I do a couple of other things.

For example you’ll see me; MCing, DJing, dancing, club shows, adverts, creatives, like I am doing all these things so that I can get the money right. 

Listen to the interview below.

 

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