Radio Jambo presenter Gidi(Photo/Courtesy)
Joseph Ogidi Oyoo, who is popularly known as, Gidi, is arguably one of the top presenters in the country. He started as a rapper with his childhood friend Maji Maji before he ventured into radio.
Gidi hosts a popular morning show with Ghost on Radio Jambo that is dubbed Patanisho and the show has a very huge audience. According to reports, he is among the highest-paid radio presenters in the country.
A sneak peek into his social media pages reveals that he is living a life that befits his celebrity status. Over the holiday season, his fans had a chance to see the beautiful mansion that he has built in the village.
The talented radio presenter spent time with his wife and daughter in the village and as he updated his fans on how he is enjoying his Christmas holiday, he flaunted the lavish mansion that he has built in his countryside. The beautiful mansion is still under construction but it's almost complete.
"This is not the year to get everything you want. This is the year to appreciate everything you have...Merry Christmas from Kanyamwa - Kologi, Ndhiwa, Homabay County 🙌" he captioned one of the posts on his Instagram page.
He also posted another photo with his daughter Marie Rose while relaxing in his mansion. "Kwa akina Marie-Rose" he captioned the photo.
Although Gidi lives a lavish lifestyle, his life has not always been rosy. Speaking in an interview on Churchill Show journey edition, Gidi revealed that he grew up in Dandora slums.
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