DJ Dave Ayoro was born in Muhoroni, Kisumu County. After leaving Onjiko High School, he started deejaying in 2008 using a cassette tape player and analog sound system which were owned by a local businessman.
In 2011, Ayoro joined Reach Out DJ Academy to train as a professional DJ for two months. He then moved to Homeboyz DJ Academy where he perfected his spin skills.
After successfully completing his course, he used to get gigs at the popular Omega One Sounds. He also worked part-time at Radio Lake Victoria as a DJ and at Reach Out DJ Academy as a trainer.
DJ Dave Ayoro performing in a club.[Photo/Dave Ayoro]
In an exclusive interview, the spin master said he has gone through many challenges before being who he is today.
His parents initially rejected his idea of being a DJ that he nearly gave up at a point.
“I would have already given up but what motivates me the most is the love and support I receive from my fans,” he said.
He also added that through his job, he has supported his family so much and cannot think of quitting.
Ayoro has now established his own entertainment group in Nakuru known as Jamnic DJs. He also trains those who want to become deejays.
DJ Dave Ayoro setting up his sound system.[Photo/Brian Bill]
Ayoro charges over Sh20,000 per gig and makes more than Sh350,000 per month.
He performs at Club Lebo in Nakuru and shifts to Palace Inn Lounge in Kericho during the weekends.
He is on Facebook as Veejay Dave Ayoro and on Instagram as Vj Dave Ayoro.
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