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Meet Idoma-born Jon Ogah, 2017 BBNaija House mate (PHOTOS)

Written By Idoma Television on Thursday, February 16, 2017 | 4:00:00 AM

 Jon Ogah (born August 23, 1991) is a Nigerian singer, songwriter and reality TV show star.

Jon Ogah is one the housemates in the 2017 reality television shows “BIG BROTHER NAIJA”.

Jon Ogah’s got a penchant for mischief and he hasn’t wasted time in singling out Bally for his mischievous moves. Interesting times ahead as Jon knows he isn’t playing for any votes or the prize money, but put into the House to stir up some dust.
There was a mixed bag of emotions and reactions from the other Housemates as they welcomed him into the House.

JON OGAH walked away from the first season of Glo Naija Sings $100,000 richer in 2009 over close contenders, Tarila and Thompson. After the drop of his debut video featuring Sasha –Gbedu, it seemed like he dropped off the radar, but he’s back on the Big Brother Naija show as one of the new but fake housemates.

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Jon Ogah is the true definition of what a music star really represents. He came into limelight in 2009 when he won the first ever edition of MNET’s Glo Naija Sings competition. He has a very large fan base across Africa despite having to take breaks from his music career over the past few years for his education.

One great quality of achievers is the ability to stage a huge comeback and that’s exactly what Jon Ogah has done by releasing a very impressive debut album, Uncle Suru just days back.

In this exclusive interview with Augustine Ogwo of Austinaija, he talks about his new album, embarrassing moment with a fan, the Twitter drama between WizKid and Skales AN- In 2009, you won a whopping $100,000 as the winner of the debut season of Glo Naija sings competition.

Aside the monetary reward, what did that competition do for your career?

“Simply put, it got me out there into the public eye.”

AN- You came into limelight in 2009, how come it took you six more years to drop your debut album?

“I was very young, I didn’t know what I wanted. I needed time to grow and discover myself and back then everyone seemed to be making decisions for me. But now I know what I want and I can weigh if it will be good for me or not.”

AN- You took a little break from music to focus on your education. Can you tell us about your educational background?

“Well I have a baccalaureate in Business Administration and currently undergoing a Masters programme in International Business”

AN- Who are the producers you worked with on the Uncle Suru

“Niyi P and Attah Lenell both of whom are super talented and have a good ear for music. They are both great pianist as well and multi-instrumentalist. People who could peer into and understand in depth the attributes and layers of music.”

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