At age nine months, not only was Eloho walking, she was talking and singing! Mention a new word to her and Eloho would turn it into a song; it didn’t matter if the word was “butterfly” or “sponge”! So prolific was she in her musical prowess that she was nicknamed “Eloho Singana” after the South African lead singer in the popular musical of the seventies “Ipi Tombi “, Margaret Singana.
From then on there was no stopping her. Eloho went on to become the assistant singing prefect during her secondary school days at Our Lady’s High School, Effurun, Warri, Delta state, Nigeria. She was also a chorister with different church choirs including the BBCM choir in Lagos, Grace Levites (Fountain of Life Church, Ilupeju, Lagos), Word Aflame choir, Makurdi, Benue state, Precious Pearl (she started this singing group), Chosen Treasure (Lighthouse Church, Kaduna), Vessels of Grace (The Place of Grace, Port Harcourt), The Father’s House Choir, Aberdeen where she was a worship leader and the Worship Pastor and presently part of the Worship Team at her local assembly; The Junction Church Aberdeen.
Today, Eloho is not just a Worship Pastor, she is a singer, a worshipper, and a Christian recording artiste who sings her heart out for the Lord. She loves God, she loves people and she is "crazy about Jesus”! She is the program coordinator of Heartsong, a charity whose mission is to stir up the kind of worship that touches God and transforms lives; by hosting praise and worship events in the city of Aberdeen with renowned and upcoming worship leaders. She's also the host of a radioshow 'iTestify with Eloho'
Since setting up Heartsong in 2011, Eloho has organised and coordinated five worship nights in the city of Aberdeen with renowned artists and emerging great worship leaders like Muyiwa Olanrewaju, Isabella, Steph McLeod, Philippa Hanna, Bob Fitts, Ian White, Chevelle Franklin, D'Amadeus, Sola Okunuga, Anna Barton, Sophie Hamilton and a host of others.