Evelyn Wanjiru is Swahili Praise And Worship, Leader, arranger. composer, songwriter, entrepreneur and Business Woman
EVELYN WANJIRU BIOGRAPHY
Evelyn Wanjiru started her music career at the age of 9 years, as a child, she sang in a local church and school music festivals
Gospel artiste Evelyn Wanjiru has opened up about her tough past. The Mungu Mkuu hitmaker revealed that she was once paralyzed for one year after struggling to lose weight.
I got very sick due to peer pressure from friends. That was my lowest moment. Due to that I was paralyzed for one year. I couldn’t walk. You know the way girls want to cut weight and keep fit, I wanted to fit in.”
“There is this thing called roller, you stretch it down and it cuts the belly fat. Apparently, it was killing my back nerves. One morning I woke up and I couldn’t walk or do anything for myself. Things became tough for me.”
“After some few years, I lost my dad. My mum raised four children and she had to sell charcoal and choma maindi on the road to sustain us. She couldn’t afford school fees for me. The teachers told me they would only give me an opportunity to be in school but you cannot eat in school. My friends used to share the food with me and sometimes I could go without.”
EVELYN WANJIRU CV AND EDUCATION
she attended Saint Mary’s Girls Primary and Langalanga Secondary.
In her early education, she was deeply involved in drama and the school choir, presaging her later success. She later joined Tears Group, Nakuru, for a course in music before further benefiting from the government of Kenya at the 2010 Talent Academy at Kabarak University Nakuru.
EVELYN WANJIRU AGE
She was born May 6, 1989Nairobi,Kenya
EVELYN WANJIRU HUSBAND
Wanjiru who was brought up in Nakuru is married to Agundabweni Akweyu a music producer who is Nigerian tribe
Renown gospel singer Evelyn Wanjiru has opened up about her struggle to have a child.
Wanjiru who hit the gospel world with her award winning song, waweza, and Tulia said she has been praying for a child for the last five years she has been in marriage.
Speaking in a church service in Uthiru on September 10, 2017 during worship service she was invited as a guest Wanjiru said she together with her husband beliving God for a gift of a child.
She further narrated a touching story of how her mother struggled to bring her up after the death of her father.
“My mum used to sell charcoal and do odd jobs to bring food on the table but when my story changed her story also changed,” she said amidst ululations.
EVELYN WANJIRU FAMILY
she is the fourth-born of Helen Muhonja and Crispin Kinyua in a family of five.