Kingsley Eno Osagie also known by his stage name Winning Jah ace Nigerian Reggae musician, multiple award winner for Reggae albums, Philanthropist, CEO of AMC1D NGO, co founder of AID PEOPLE CHANGE NGO in Ireland, producer and a percussionist , he is also known for his songs like Big Man and Deep Sea, which recently got nominated by Amnesty Internatyional Music award. He was born at Kano State in the Northern part of Nigeria by Mr Bright Osagie and Mrs Stella Osagie, raised in Benin City -Edo State. He attended Edaiken Primary school, he later got admission to Eweka Grammar School and later proceeded to Immaculate conception college before attending University Of Benin (U.N.I.B.E.N) where he studied Business administration. His fame started in the 1990’s after his track “Big Man” got banned , he is also the innovator of his Reggae style he called “Emababa beat” meaning “toy beat”which is now the most used style in Benin City (Nigeria) by 21th century Nigerian Reggae singers,he was inspired by Fela Kuti, Majek Fashek, Alpha Blondy, Peter Tosh,Bob Marley.
In 2008 , he was arrested by the Italian Government and sentenced to three years imprisonment for accomodating illegal immigrants as his explanations or reasons was based on humanitarian services but unluckily his reasons was unachievable, he is also the founder of Amc1d Aiutabambini Onlus, AMC1D PROJECTS INTERNATIONAL ONLUS a global non profit organisation in Italy and Africa.
compare to his records sales on the album “Nouveau Business” which sold over 600 thousand units legally in Nigeria only ,it also resulted as most pirated song by Alaba International marketers, confirmed by inhouse traders and touts which also declared a minimum of million units printed illegaly and distributed in streets by street hawkers in 2016.
In 2015 he collaborated with UNICEF and UN to fight corruption against some frequent fake International nonprofit associations working in Africa, during the campaign , he used a song that became an anthem tittled “To Whom It May Concern , composed and written by him, the lyrics were translated in three languages “English” “French” and “Italian” on the Video with copies documented in Biblioteche civiche torinesi Italy