Top Gospel DJ admitted to the bar

Congratulations!

Tabz who could not hide her excitement in a post said that it had been a long journey with ups and downs, but all that was now behind.

“Today I get admitted to the bar as an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and I can't thank God enough for this far He has brought me and kept me. It's been a long journey with both good and especially many tough times but surely those who wait upon the Lord shall never be put to shame. Thank you Jesus! #AdvocateDj,” she said in a post on her Instagram page.

‘Tabz the head girl’ as she is referred to under the System Unit stable was also congratulated by her System Unit boss DJ MO who said he was so proud of the steps she has made in life, along with a host of her followers on social media.

“I have known her for a very long time and am so proud of the milestones she is making. It is just the beginning. Well in advocate ,” he said.

DJ Tabz joined the Kenya School of Law in 2016.

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