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DJ Mo reveals source of income after NTV sacking

by | Jul 30, 2021 | Entertainment | 0 comments

Popular personality and gospel Deejay Samuel Muraya alias DJ Mo has recently revealed his source of income even after being fired from NTV.

The flashy DJ opened up while speaking at an interview with comedian Jalang’o on Thursday, July 29.

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According to Mo, only 20 per cent of his wealth come from his entertainment gigs while the rest comes from his various businesses.

“I have always been a businessman. The music industry is my passion and whatever I get from it is very little. 80 percent of whatever I have is from business,” DJ Mo said.

Adding on, he disclosed that he works closely with politicians who at the end give him different tenders.

“I deal with tenders. Whenever I meet with politicians, I request for tenders. This is because I love business,” he told Jalang’o.

He indicated that he would be happy to work with Jalang’o if he wins the Lang’ata Parliamentary seat.

Mo own a number of expensive things among them is a Range Rover sport which he bout out of love for vehicles.

His wife, singer Size 8 also owns a Jaguar XF whose worth ranges from KSh 7 million.

Just acquired a brand-new Jaguar full option. Zero mileage worth seven million. I just cannot believe I am actually posting this picture right here. Surely, God can do exceedingly abundantly above all you can ever ask think or imagine,” she said at the time.

His revelation left netizens reacting saying,

@thi_is_sue: “After NTV, I see you are focused on business.”

@nene.nenette: “Please clarify, which tenders are you talking about?”

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@statesgal: “Which tenders?” Dickens Otieno: “Jalang’o please connect me with DJ Mo.”

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