All publications of Malay Mail . Lagos , Nigeria



Aikhuanyi Moses Osatufoh (born July 27th, 1992), also known as Moziano Movenchy, is a Nigerian who hails from Esan South East Local Government; Edo State is also a deep lover of his country, Nigeria and his the CEO of Fast Life Record Label. He was born and raised in Benin City, Edo State.


Moses was born in Benin City, Edo State. He is the third of forth children of Mr Mathias Aikhuanyi who was a driver of the former Governor of Edo State Chief Lucky Nosakhare Igbenindion. His father was a successful business man while his mother was also a businesswoman of royal Benin descent.


Moses attended St. Bridget Primary School, Benin City and received his secondary school education at Ogbe Secondary School, Benin City. He graduated from Federal Polytechnic Auchi in 2019 where he bagged a second class upper in Public Administration (Double Honors).He is currently running his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) program in Anambra state.


In March 2008, Moses went to computer training when he learnt graphics design and also work at Easy crux graphics in Benin city. He has always had a strong love for the arts, especially music and in 2018, he founded his first company, fast life record label, music distribution and talent management company. That same year he signed recording artiste, ODG and creative music producers; Chymmz and Webeat. The young, vibrant signee, ODG also recently released new music videos, Bad girl and Alcohol, which are massively gaining airplays on different media platforms.


Moses is married, He is heavily involved in charity work, regularly donating cash, food items, toys and equipment to orphanages in Lagos and Benin City. He also gives away thousands of naira regularly on his social media handles to the needy. He is also a fashion icon and describes his style as “diverse, classy, trendy and vibrant.”

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