Pop star Mark Morrison’s management team has approached media
publicists Nkwocha and Associates for help in restoring the singer’s
In March this year Morrison was jailed for 12 months for using a body
double to do his community service. He had been given the 150 hours
community work for his part in a night-club fracas which ended with the
fatal stabbing of a student.
Kizzi Nkwocha, director of Nkwocha and Associates, admitted the job of
returning the Mack to his former glory would be challenging. Morrison’s
string of convictions date back to 1993 and included possession of a
deadly weapon and obstructing the police.
Nkwocha’s list of high profile and controversial clients include the
King of Uganda, Mandy Allwood, mother of the ill-fated octuplets and
61-year-old Liz Buttle, the UK’s oldest mother.
’We have been talking to Mark’s management with a view to working on his
image. Our job is to help him communicate better with the media,’ said
’We have got a lot of things to think and talk about. We will have to
work to sharpen up Mark’s image and focus on the positive side of his
personality. We believe he could still be a great role model,’ he added.