Jogg C
The group was made up of the late Peter Kaberere aka Dr. Kabz and Leonard Ochieng aka Mr. Red-Eye. There was a third member, Nuvine but he left the group in 2003 to pursue other interests. Though Red Eye and Dr. Kabbz grew up together, it was not until they were at Parklands Boys' School that they teamed up. Jogg-C started off in 1998 as a nondescript grouping of individuals, called upon to perform at their churches during youth concert. Leonard, at the time was a member of the praise and worship team. Peter Kaberere was playing guitar and Nuvine Otieno was leading the drama ministry. Teaming up with one of the ladies in the church, they performed a short rap presentation and soon enough invitations came their way to performance at different venues. The group released its debut album "Reality Itembee" early 2004. Their notable singles include "Nampenda Bwana", "Wacha" and "Leo Ni Sunday".

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Virisi 2010,November
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Fundi Wa Mbao 2008,August

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