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DJ MO renews contract extending partnership

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Popular gospel DJ of Crossover 101, DJ Mo has renewed his contract as the brand ambassador of Broadway Bakery.

The father of one was happy to break the news saying that he is glad to renew his partnership with Broadway Bakery as their brand ambassador.

“I’m glad to be renewing my partnership with Broadway Bakery as their Brand Ambassador. “Said Dj Mo.

DJ Mo has already served a year with the bakers and he is looking forward for another successful partnership.

“The last one year has been a success and of great experience .Thank you to Broadway Bakery Directors for believing in me and my brand and to all of to all of you who loves this number one bread in Kenya . Looking forward to a continued partnership, great and noble campaign” Said the super DJ.

Fan reactions

“Congrats my favorite DJ”

“Amen,glory to God”

“Lovely, kama kawaida Broadways all the time..”

“Congrats Sir,you deserve the best…”

“Moh unakuwanga broadways wewe”

“Bila shaka mkate yenyewe”

“nimehisi njaa”

“Tutakula tu ndio wa’renew contract tena”

“Eeeeh hiyo cheque sambaza na sisi tununue broadways. # positive straps”

“umuhimu uhai bring that broadways “

“Happy for you . Once again you have proved it’s possible. Baraka .”

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world


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