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Daddy Owen lands new job

Its a lucrative deal.

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As the story goes, Daddy Owen worked as a matatu and graffiti artist in Nairobi and on his bad days he ‘worked’ as a pickpocket in town. His life turned around after he was almost lynched by a mob after he was caught stealing, he almost lost one eye in the episode but he gained a new life after that harrowing experience.

He joined Gospel music and is now considered one of the best in the industry. Daddy Owen added another feather in his cap today after he was unveiled as NHIF’s brand ambassador.

“Thanking God for such an opportunity! Brand Ambassador!!! Another one 2018 we ready for you!! #NHIFbrandambassador” Daddy tweeted.

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