Fast-rising Gengetone group Ochungulo family has offered to pay 1 year school fees for the young girl in viral clip “Mbinginji imekulwa na Ndogi” days after using her phrase in their new song.
Ochungulo family offers to pay school fees for young girl behind viral phrase “Mbinginji imekulwa na Ndogi”
Going by an update on their social media pages, Ochungulo family reported that, the young girl identified as Happiness who was in company of her mother traveled all the way from Meru to Nairobi to meet the group.
As a way of giving back to the society, the Aluta hit makers decided to take care of her 1 year school fees.
Giving Back to the society
“Wolaaaan!! We managed to get a hold of the little girl who's voice eclipsed into the Mbinginji viral audio... She traveled all the way from Meru to meet @ochungulo_family .. it was a pleasure & her story is soo touching and guess what!!Her name is Happiness... Quite the talented young soul!! And you know you gotta appreciate people that have brought a smile or just made you happy in one way or another. Thus, We decided as @ochungulo_family to pay for her school fees for the next one year,and as the saying goes, educate a girl, and you impact an entire community& also support the family as much as we can. If you like to help for this cause feel free to contact us. All in all it was a pleasure to meet her & her family. #giveback” reads their post.
In the viral Clip, the young girl is asked by her brother to say “Big G imekulwa na dogi” but ends up saying "mbinginjii imekulwa na ndogi".
Ochungulo is made up of three members Nelly the Goon, Dmore and Benzema.
The group also appealed to well-wishers interested in helping the young girl to feel free and join the train.
“As the saying goes, educate a girl, and you impact an entire community& also support the family as much as we can. If you like to help for this cause feel free to contact us. All in all it was a pleasure to meet her & her family. #giveback” added Ochungulo family.
The group is known for capitalizing on trending phrases to create new songs.
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