Chumani Ngojo was born in Mdantsane, East London and he grew up in the church located in his place of birth. He actively participated in music as a teenager.
As a growing child, his inspiration was from Xolisa Luxomo and a late Mkhanyisi Sawule.
He was born into a Christian home and his mother is a Pastor.
He later relocated to Cape Town after which he joined Yadah Praise of Mr. Boycey Phokeng. Chumani collaborated with Mbongeni Ngema in a project called Jika.
Following a successful collaboration, he moved to Namibia, where he joined Col’s worship destination.
He also has worked with popular artists in the country including Ntokozo Mbambo, Nqubeko Mbatha and Lindelani Mkhize of Joyous Celebration.
He returned from Namibia and founded his gospel group project he called Rock of Ages Gospel Project.
As a group, they served at local churches, local events, and youth conferences. They have performed across the shores of SA, they performed for an England couple’s wedding in Franshoek.
After building a closer relationship with God, he relocated to Khayelitsha.
- To preach the gospel of Christ to all nations.
- To become one of the first artists to really represent the immense potential of the Western Cape (Cape Town) in the Gospel industry.
- To be able to make music a sound career, where one can earn a living and support his or her family.
- To show the youth that through creativity and hard work one can help in eliminating poverty.
- To be the pride of my family, community, city, province, country, and continent.
Chumani Ngojo wife, Liyema Ngojo in August 2019, with a broken heart he wrote on Facebook:
“Today the reality kicks in, I’m fetching my wife’s body at the hospital moving it from where she passed on (Machison Hospital) to the mortuary in King William’s Town….
“Every time I got a chance I made it sure that I kissed her with passion…. oh I loved my woman… even if I had to choose a wife again, I would still look for her she was perfect for me. I’m too much too handle.
“May your beautiful soul Rest In Peace, every time I think of you my tears can’t stop rolling, you served me well, you submitted to me, you did your best to make me a man I am today…,” he cried
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