DJ Switch 9-year-old DJ is no more interested in djing

DJ Switch is no more interested in her DJ career because she wants to become a gynaecologist to deal with the functions and diseases specific to women and girls, especially those affecting the reproductive system.

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Young female DJ, Switch is no more interested in pursuing her disc jockeying career after winning the hearts of many Ghanaians at the season 8 of TV3's "Talented Kidz" show.

The 9-year-old female DJ who has been the talk of town for almost a month had disclosed to Graphic Showbiz that she wants to become a gynaecologist to deal with the functions and diseases specific to women and girls, especially those affecting the reproductive system.

She divulged in an interview last Sunday: “What I am doing now as a DJ is only a passion. I know I am very good at it and people love it but that is not what I want to do in future. I want to become a medical doctor. In fact, I want to become a gynaecologist.”

Asked why a gynaecologist, in particular, the winner of this year’s Talented Kidz said “I want to help our mothers because they suffer too much when they give birth.

“ I don’t know if my mother suffered when she gave birth to me but I have heard that a lot of women suffer during childbirth, so I want to help them”, she said.

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The class four pupil of Ideas Junior College at Suame–Dadieso in the Western Region said although she would perform at events when contacted, her priority would be her education to enable her achieve her dream.

Her mother, Ms Lilian Mensah who accompanied her told Showbiz she was not surprised her daughter won the competition knowing how probing and intelligent she is.

“I have five children and she is the only girl but she is too curious so I decided to hand her over to my friend who is a DJ to train her for the audition and surprising she picked up so fast. The rest they say is history.

“She is not only good on the console but she is academically good as well so if she wants to become a doctor, we will give her the necessary support to make her dream a reality”, she added.

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