Gengetone stars Ochungulo Family tracked down the child of the ‘Mbinginjii imekurwa na ndogii’ fame and promised to pay her school fees.
The child was identified as Happiness and had travelled with her mother from Meru to meet the boy group.
The ‘Na Iwake’ hit-makers announced on social media that they had managed to get a hold of the little girl and went on to appreciate her for making many people smile. They also promised to help pay her school fees for a year as well as invited their fans to support the young girl.
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Wolaaaan!! We managed to get a hold of the little girl who's voice eclipsed into the Mbinginji viral audio… She traveled all the way from Meru to meet @ochungulo_family .. it was a pleasure & her story is soo touching and guess what!!Her name is Happiness… Quite the talented young soul!! And you know you gotta appreciate people that have brought a smile or just made you happy in one way or another. Thus, We decided as @ochungulo_family to pay for her school fees for the next one year,and as the saying goes, educate a girl, and you impact an entire community& also support the family as much as we can. If you like to help for this cause feel free to contact us. All in all it was a pleasure to meet her & her family. #giveback
The child became an instant sensation among internet users after her audio speaking went viral, inspiring countless songs.
The trio who are known for jumping on viral trends to make hits were the first to release a song titled ‘Mbinginjii imekurwa na ndogii’ with the girl’s audio as the chorus.
In the clip, the girl is asked to say “Big G imekulwa na dogii” (Big G has been eaten by the dog) but ends up saying “Mbinginjii imekurwa na ndogii“.
Ochungulo Family has been ruling the airwaves with hits like ‘Aluta’, ‘Kaa Na Mama Yako’, ‘Chachisha’, ‘Na Iwake’, ‘Bora Uhai’ and ‘Krimino’.