On Friday morning the kiss 100 fm presenter Jalango were on air with his co-worker Kameme goro.He made the announcement that in afews days he will come out with his new namepicture courtesy
Born Phelix Odiwour, Jalang'o announced the plans live on radio to his colleague Kamene Goro who was left astounded.
He said he is already in the process of changing his name to Jalang'o Jalang'o a name that many associate him with and soon he will own a new identification card.
"I am changing my names to Jalang’o Jalang'o because that is the name that everybody knows juu ukienda kuuliza Phelix no one will know. The Deed poll is already done and in the next few weeks I will show up with my new ID," said Jalang'o
Jalang'o is not the first celebrity to change his name with politicians like Babu owino, Mike sonko, Mwangi wa Iria having changed their names.
The announcement didn't go well with his co-worker Kameme Goro who questined the reason behind the decision. She further asked whether is because of money or what. She disagreed with Jalang'o on the issuesource
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