“I Was Almost a Victim of Police Execution…” 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Boss M.O.G

January 22, 2018

He is best known by his stage Boss but his government name is Paul Onyaa. The gospel music singer made his name as part of the defunct Award-Winning group, M.O.G.

Boss, who doubles up as a producer and a songwriter, is also the owner of Badilisha Mtaa Camp. He is currently ruling the airwaves with his latest release – Cheza Chini.

He revealed the 10 things people don’t know about him.

1.     As an audio and video producer, I’ve directed all my videos.

2.     I am a vocal trainer.

 3.     I am the last born in a family of 9 children.

4.     I have been charged with robbery and violence and spent one week in custody.

5.     I run a programme that supports children who have lost their parents to AIDS in Korogocho slums.

6.     I was forced to drop the name ‘Boss’ in school by a priest.

7.     I was once almost a victim of police execution.

8.     I’m a songwriter and even though I’m a gospel musician I write secular songs.

9.     My friends robbed me of a car in my church in Korogocho.

10.  Orphaned at the age of 3 years, I was once a street kid.

Watch ‘Cheza Chini’ below.

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