Mighty King Kong
As a young child he suffered a severe polio and was disabled from the waist down. He went to Ambira Primary School, but dropped out at Standard Six following the death of his father. He moved to Kisumu city where he became a street kid and beggar.
Few years later he moved to Mombasa and performed with bands like Them Mushrooms and Pressmen. Later on, he moved to Kampala, Uganda to perform with the popular Simba Ngoma band. In Kampala he earned enough money to records his first album. He went back to Nairobi where his album, titled Ladies Choice, was produced by Maurice Oyando of the Next Level studios. It was released in June 1999. His second album, Cinderella was released in 2001, again by Next Level studios.
His third album, Return of the King, was released in 2004. However, Mighty King Kong publicly blamed its contract of being exploitative. In 2007, he released a compilation album "The Best of King Kong" 
Above all, he was a die-hard supporter of Raila Odinga's ODM political movement which had promised to nominate him to the next parliament to represent the disabled persons of Kenya. He was seen dressed in orange colours as a sign of firm commitment to the party in his last days.
He died on Christmas Day, 2007 at the age of 34, after being poisoned (as attributed in the local newspapers). He was transported to Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi, where he died as he was being treated. He is survived by his widow, Jackline Ouma  and a child.
- Nation FM: Rags to Records - The reggae musician who started off as a street beggar in Kisumu (published around 2000)
- Daily Nation, June 23, 2007:Mighty King Kong now poised to bounce back
- The Standard, February 22, 2007: Gone with the lyrics
- Kenya Times, March 19, 2006: From grass to grace
- Daily Nation, December 26, 2007: Curtain falls on singer Mighty King Kong
- The Standard, December 26, 2007: ‘Mighty’ King Kong passes on