9th December, 2011
De Wonder Boys, Master Tobechukwu Mojekwu (SuperTee) and his kid brother, Master Oziomachukwu Mojekwu (OzzyBosCo) are the new kids on the bloc.
They made their way to the top at the just concluded Season 7, Grand Finale of Kids Got Talent Competition which was held on 20 November, 2011 at MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos, Nigeria.
SuperTee is six years old and a super brain from the popular Chrisland Schools. He is a primary two pupil and indeed a glittering star in both academics and athletics. Amazingly, he scored excellent in all 15 subjects in a highly competitive school. At six, he also has to his credit a total of four gold medals in athletics, three from Chrisland Schools Inter-house Sports Competition and one from the Junior Olympics Sports Competition organised by Corporate Kids at the University of Lagos (UNILAG) in 2008.
He is not only a star on the field but also a dancing machine on the floor. His legs as well as his rhythmic body movements, are simply magical, hence, he mesmerised the entire audience with his choreographic display and unique dance style from the beautiful sound track of P-Square at the MUSON Centre event.
OzzyBosCo is another fire brand, no doubt an artiste that has a lot to offer to the entertainment industry. Oziomachukwu Mojekwu is four years old and a Nursery two pupil of Chrisland Schools. He is another hot brain in the classroom as well as multi-talented in the art of singing, dancing and acting. In fact, he is a charismatic performer, who electrifies the stage and captivates his audience throughout his performances.
During the recently concluded Kids Got Talent Competition, OzzyBosCo did not only wow the audience but like his big brother, stole the show and won the most prestigious award of the day.
Hence, at the end of the competition that had over eight children made up of individual participants and schools, OzzyBosCo carried the Best Entertainer trophy in singing and dancing to his very popular song, Obey Your God.
This four-year old surprised everybody and got the highest ovation, when at the end of his performance, he echoed loud and clear, â€œI am a super star to this whole world, watch out for me.â€
They have a lot in common with the doyen of the industry, the late Michael Jackson, having the advantage of early discovery which gives them the opportunity of starting their career early in life.
They are equally blessed with a very protective and loving mother in the person of Chief Nonye Mojeckwu-Chukwujama, who said â€œmy little angels, Tboy, Ozzy and their sister, Uddy, are Godâ€™s children and my special gifts from above. Thus, I am humbled, but not surprised that in His infinite wisdom, He has loaded them with multiple talents. My primary duty is to support and guide them to excel in their given talents, while ensuring that their education is not in any way derailed by the razzmatazz of the entertainment world.â€