If you’re a fan of Nigerian comedy, you’ve probably heard of Emma Oh My God. Born Emmanuel Edunjobi, he’s a multi-talented entertainer who’s made a name for himself in the Nigerian entertainment industry. However, there’s more to Emma Oh My God than just his comedy work.
Emma Oh My God was born on May 5th and raised in Abeokuta, Ogun state. The graduate of Covenant University holding a B.Sc, in Electrical, and Electronics Engineering, Emma is popularly known for his comic video mix clips and his rebranded rendition of top-notch songs. He was into content writing, presenting, and mastering ceremonies before he came into the limelight.
Whilst creating hilarious content, he is also an accomplished musician. He intelligently infuses a mix of local African Christian songs, especially in the Yoruba language, releasing several songs, snippets, and Christmas Hymn Remixes, including “Marry Me” and “Champions” and also featured in the song “Ebenezer” by Kent Edunjobi and Apex choir, which showcase his impressive vocal range and musical talent.
Also performed at several events and concerts, and his music has been well-received by fans and critics alike. One of the things that sets Emma Oh My God apart from other entertainers is his dedication to using his platform for good. He’s passionate about giving back to his community and supporting charitable causes.
In 2018, he launched the Emma Oh My God Foundation, which provides scholarships and other forms of support to underprivileged children in Nigeria. The foundation partners with several organizations to provide educational opportunities and other forms of support to those in need.
Emma Oh My God is also an advocate for mental health awareness. He’s spoken publicly about his own struggles with depression and anxiety, and he’s used his platform to raise awareness about mental health issues in Nigeria. He’s participated in several mental health campaigns and events, and he’s been vocal about the need for more resources and support for those struggling with mental health challenges.