Wendy Harawa, DJ Mo plan workshops


In a move that is aimed at propelling the creative industry on the African continent but also taking the gospel to the world, the country’s gospel musician Wendy Harawa has linked up with Kenya’s DJ Mo to hold workshops.

Both Wendy and DJ Mo confirmed the development Monday, saying it is part of ministering the word of God and also building talent.

Wendy, who has collaborated with Namibia’s Maranatha, Kenya’s Guardian Angel, Zambia’s Kings Mumbi and Uganda’s Levixone, is in Kenya on a media tour.


“I am looking forward to working with DJ Mo. He has inspired me because he is a gospel DJ and big here in Kenya. I thought this is something we can learn from and also train DJs so as to share ideas,” she said.

The singer and dancer said this is also part of lifting arts in Africa.

“There are some arts disciplines that other countries are doing well in and we need to learn from them and there are also other fields where we are doing well and other countries need to learn from us. In terms of gospel dee-jaying, we can learn from DJ Mo, hence planning workshops in different countries including Malawi,” she said.


DJ Mo, a popular social media influencer, said he chose to do gospel dee-jaying because he is saved.

“I serve God and this is why I am in this field. I play in events such as weddings and I have been working with NTV for close to 10 years but I have stopped now because it’s time for change,” he said.

He said his growth in the trade is due to consistency in his work and that he is always creative in what he does.

“I am happy to have met Wendy and I feel we need to revive the gospel music industry. I am ready to do workshops and trainings for DJs and I am also targeting a media tour,” DJ Mo.

Wendy is on a media tour with Levixone and, according to her, they would tour other countries as well.

Levixone and Wendy have collaborated in the track ‘Zikomo’ which was released on June 29.

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