Life is a journey full of ups and downs. Sometimes, it takes a lot of hard work and pain to go to a comfortable place in life. An obvious Rastafarian enthusiast in the radio waves sharing good vibes and similar discussion is the subject of this article. Daniel Githinji, who is popularly known as Mbusii is a radio presenter and is one of those few Kenyan who has been privileged to interview the country's president Uhuru Kenyatta. He is also a favorite radio presenter for most Kenyan radio listeners.
He is currently in his thirties.
After high school, he began selling soup in the slums of Korogocho and later began drug peddling to provide money to feed his family as a sole breadwinner. He used to sell bhang around Nairobi Kenya National Theater. On one occasion, while awaiting a customer, a presenter from Getto Radio Station was on duty in search of a comedian for their shows which were gaining popularity among several Kenyans. His first interview was the first step in his professional career.
He got a new job at Getto Fm where he worked as an office messenger and did a few travel updates and later shifted to Radio Jambo where he hosts a reggae show with Lion.
Mbusii is married with two children(girls) his wife knows on social media as Mama Stacy.
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