‘OzzyBosCo’ Visits St Monica’s Orphanage
Master Oziomachukwu Mojekwu with stage name ‘OzzyBosCo’ the four (4) year old sensational WondaKid who won the Best Entertainer Trophy in Season 7, Kids Got Talent Competition paid an entertaining Christmas visit to St. Monica’s Orphanage, Iju-Lagos State on 26th December, 2011.
The young multi-talented artist speaking the minds of Nigerian Children, held everyone spellbound with an emotional opening prayer when he pleaded; “Please don’t bomb our Schools, our Churches and the Children so that the world will be a better place”.
During the visit which turned into childrens’ carnival, Ozzy put smiles on the faces of the resident children when he presented them with various gift items and entertained them with his performances. The people who accompanied him donated generously to the home. His God father, Chief Ben Okoye also blessed the Orphanage in a special way. OzzyBosCo’s hospitality was extended to the neighbours and passers-by who received gift items, food, drinks etc.
On his entourage were his sweet mother, Chief Nonye Mojekwu, the big brother Dr. Guchi Nwosu who was on vacation from USA, Mr David Agwazim the Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of Classic International Magazine, Prince Ifeanyi Dike of Nollywood and Mrs Helen Odeleye – Asst Director Programmes NTA ETV.
He was also accompanied by his Friends from the NTA ETV FUNBUS CLUB and together they made the day very memorable for everyone.
Others were his sister and brother, Miss Udochukwu and Master Tobechukwu (SupaTee) who also thrilled the audience with their unique dance display and Mr Bobike – CEO of Samba Music, many children and a host of others.
The party came to a climax when OzzyBosCo performed one of his favourite songs “OBEY YOUR GOD” to the admiration of all present. It was indeed a fun packed event for kids and adults as all joined him on the dance floor. The Reverend Sisters and Nannies were full of joy and excitement; hence they sang and danced along.
OzzyBosCo’s hospitality is unprecedented as he did not only identify with the less privileged but did set an enviable record in the Kids Entertainment World which is worthy of emulation. Commenting on the kid’s amazing talents and the visit to the Orphanage, the mother had this to say; “I am short of words, it is all in GOD’S Hands.”