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Mary Boyoi is a South Sudanese singer and songwriter. She was born in 1980 in Malakal, South Sudan. She is best known for her hit single "Kokora", which was released in 2008. Mary Boyoi began her career in music in the early 2000s, performing at local clubs and events in South Sudan. She released her debut album, "Kokora", in 2008, which was a huge success in South Sudan and the surrounding countries. In 2010, Mary Boyoi released her second album, "Kokora 2", which was even more successful than her first album. She has since released several other albums, including "Kokora 3" (2012), "Kokora 4" (2014), and "Kokora 5" (2016). Mary Boyoi has also performed at several international music festivals, including the South Sudan Music Festival in 2011 and the African Music Festival in 2013. As of 2021, Mary Boyoi's net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.

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Occupation Singer
Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign N/A
Born , 1980
Birthplace Malakal, South Sudan

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It’s through humanitarian work that Boyoi found her passion – helping others. Boyoi uses her exceptional talents in music to shed light on issues and calls for peace and reconciliation among her people. In 2005 she founded ABONA International, a nonprofit organization aimed supporting peace throughout South Sudan and providing assistance to girls and young women in violent and destructive situations. In 2007 she began work on her first music project, “Referendum”.


In January 2010, Boyoi was nominated by members of the Murle community to run for a parliamentary seat in the Southern Sudan Legislative Assembly in Juba. She campaigned for the elections that took place in April, 2010.

Zooz, a song from Boyoi's yet to be released second album was featured on Sudan Votes Music Hopes in March 2010. Sudan Votes Music Hopes is a collaboration of artists from across Sudan that wrote election songs "to encourage the people of Sudan to make a mark on their future". The SVMH album was compiled by German singer songwriter Max Herre and is being distributed across Sudan on audio cassettes, radio and digitally via The production was realized by Media in Cooperation and Transition (MICT) and was financed by the German Foreign Office. In August 2012, the Süd Electronic label released a vinyl with house remixes by Tama Sumo and Portable.


She continued her higher education in Kenya and completed a series of diploma courses. In 2002, she began working for humanitarian relief agencies in various locations throughout South Sudan.


Her father, a Murle chief and military commander within the Sudan People's Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A) was killed in 1989. After her father's death, she and her family spent a number of years in displaced camps in Sudan and refugee camps in Ethiopia to avoid conflicts of the war.


Mary Boyoi, singer, human rights activist and philanthropist, is from the Murle tribe of South Sudan. She was born in Malakal, Sudan (now South Sudan) in 1980, three years before the civil war erupted.