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FORMER DANCEHALL ARTIST ZUMJAY, HAS GRADUATED FROM THE U.S. FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING CENTER IN GEORGIA!

Former Dancehall Artiste “ZUMJAY” enters Federal Law Enforcement in the US

 

Dancehall deejay Zumjay has successfully graduated from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centre (FLETC) in the United States. The ceremony was held near the port of Brunswick in the state of Georgia.

“Special Thanks to LTC Tracey Williams-Staten, SSG Edward Sibaja and my wonderful family for attending my graduation. LTC Williams has been such a huge supporter from the very beginning and I am extremely appreciative. SSG Sibaja has my utmost respect for traveling all the way to Georgia to show his support. Last but not least, I am truly blessed to have an amazing wife Avi Stephens and kids who without them none of this would be possible,” Zumjay said in a post on Facebook.

Zumjay moved to the US in 2007 because he wanted to be close to his wife.

Zumjay in earlier days as an artist

Zumjay in earlier days as an artist

The stated mission of FLETC is to “…train those who protect our homeland”. It also provides training to state, local, campus, tribal, and international law enforcement agencies.

The deejay, whose real name is Rohan Stephens, joined the army reserves in 2008 because of the benefits and the solid future it would provide for himself and his family, which now includes his daughter, who is six years old.

 

“I joined the army to do music how I want to do music. I don’t want my life to be determined by whether or not a selector or disc jock want to play my songs or if someone wants to put me on a show,” Zumjay said at that time.

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Zumjay has moved to secure a solid future for himself and his family, which now includes his daughter, who is six years old.

This move is just an extension of his push to secure a better future for his children and himself.

“I want to make sure that my family is still okay. I joined the military as a cushion. I am not gonna be a 50-year-old man and still doing music because I need to do music. By that time, I should be comfortable,” he said.

Zumjay moved to the US in 2007 after getting married in 2006 to Aviesha Palmer, an insurance broker. He said he decided to move to the country because he wanted to be close to his wife.

 

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