Samidoh as known by his stage name is an administration police officer based in Nairobi Utawala area where he is entrusted with guarding government building and VIPs. He was born from a very humble background in Kilengero village, Kabazi ward, Subukia constituency in Nakuru county but the entire extended family later moved to Oljororok constituency in Nyandarua county following the death of his father.
The Kikuyu Mugithi King rose to fame in 2013 when he produced the song 'Ndiri Mutwe Mwega' which was inspired by his wife who cheated on him when they were dating. Since then, he enjoys millions of supporters
Although the outspoken Samidoh has been educated up to university level, he has argued that there is no correlation between education and wealth because it's his talent that have made him rich and famous. Have recounted how he defended a debate motion in school that says, 'Education is better than money' and has asked God to forgive him as he acted out naivety.
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