- Prior to all the controversies that befell him Jowie, was a member of a band that entertained revellers in Naivasha and Nakuru towns, where he was born and brought up.
5 months after his release, Jowei Irung is heading straight to studio and his first gospel song ‘Nishikilie is set to be released.
The second born in a family of two boys and two girls will not be the only musician in the family as one of his brothers is a guitarist while his elder brother is a photographer.
After deep soul searching Jowie Irungu, a suspect in the murder of trader Monica Kimani, is going back to his earlier hustle of being a singer.
Prior to all the controversies that befell him Jowie, was a member of a band that entertained revellers in Naivasha and Nakuru towns, where he was born and brought up.
He was a founder member of church choir Agape Stormers. Daily Nation quoted a friend saying, “He was an inspiring singer. At Agape Church in Pangani Estate, off the busy Kanu Street in Nakuru Town, Irungu was a vocalist and an instrumentalist.”
The song will premiere on Jowies Youtube channel that has over 550 follower.
In the past few weeks Jowei has been sharing spiritual messages on his instagram channel but later deleted the messages.
In one of the messages he wrote, “What are you afraid of losing when nothing in the world belongs to you”
Jowie is the main suspect in a murder case involving businesswoman Monica Kimani, who was found dead in a bathtub in her house in Kilimani, Nairobi, in 2018.
He is co-accused alongside his ex-fiancée, former Citizen TV news anchor Jacque Maribe.
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