Ogochukwu Oye better known as Ogoo was born in a close-knit Nigerian family in Awka, Anambra State
in Nigeria. Her passion for music has always been there since her teenage years, and somehow crowns
her mom’s prediction that she would be a singer and dancer. Perhaps this explains why years after
practicing as a certified Barrister at law, Ogoo decided to pursue her first love and passion, music.
As Ogoo, whose music influences include Michael Jackson, Bruno Mars and Adele grew older, she found
herself loving music and music for her comes naturally. She grew musically by joining the choir at a
tender age.

The second track Onye Isi Oma is a beautiful classic love song depicting how lucky and grateful a girl is to have found her one true love. It is a beautifully crafted melodious and dance-able tune sung both in
English and Igbo that will surely keep you grooving all day.
Onye Isi Oma is available for purchase, download and streaming on iTunes, Apple Music, Deezer, Spotify,
YouTube and all other music streaming services.

Nkosinathi Mamba

Mamba Nkosinathi

Mamba Nkosinathi is a Life Coach and Professional Motivational Speaker alongside with Mr. Meshack J. Nkosi and also a graduate from the University of Cape Town (UCT).

Maybe I am smart, I am not sure but one thing I am sure of is that I am not super intelligent, however, I am a hard-worker and a persistent person.

Some readers might be concerned that what do I know about SA schools and education as I do not possess a qualification in education.

Why do I write a book about schools and education whilst I’m not an educator by profession or an expert in education? 

Some of you might feel strongly that I am naive about schools and education and I don’t know what I am writing about.

If you didn’t know any better, today I am 26 years old and for the past 16 years which is half of my life I lived, I’ve been cooked and baked from a school factory. 

I was schooled, I’ve undergone schooling thus I am a school product as I was schooled myself.

Hence, I do not need to be an expert to express what I’ve encountered at school.

I experienced school directly, and felt the heat directly, I talk not about things I’ve read or watched on TV however I talk about things which impacted on my life directly I do not need to be an expert.

I feel strongly that I have all the rights to write about SA schools and education.

In considering what distinguishes me from education experts, I speak my mind, I refuse to speak something which I’ve read and memorized from a library then come and tell people hell No!!

I speak my own experience and encounter. Read about his book here.