WE know him for his skills in spinning discs. He keeps revelers on the dance floor all night. But that is not the only service you may need from DJ Pius in the near future. You may also wish to take on his legal services after the renowned disc jockey graduated with a Bachelors degree in Law on Valentine’s Day at Independent University (ULK) after four years of burning the mid-night candle.
On the same day, the entertainer celebrated his 27th birthday.
The DJ-cum-musician and now turned lawyer, lives on a life Mantra of “you can never go wrong with hard work.”
The DJ had earlier said that his intention of studying law was because he harbours political and leadership ambitions, and partly because he hails from a family of intellectuals.
On how he managed to balance his busy schedule and books, Pius said: “It is not easy but you have to plan and manage your time well. I have learnt to prioritise what is important. I would work at night and get home at around 4am to catch a few hours of sleep before heading to school at 8:30am. And I would go to the studio in the afternoon before running other errands,” Pius said.
This year could be the last time for one of Kigali’s eligible bachelors to celebrate Valentine’s Day as a bachelor, because the disc jockey has revealed plans to tie the knot with longtime heart throb on March 8.
“I am glad things are working out. I am grateful to be making massive steps in my life…life is good,” Pius said.