Born and raised in Bulawayo, Kadu always appeared very aware of his surroundings, admiring and absorbing all in his environment. Showing raw talent from an early age, he was encouraged to portray his interpretation of his world in the form of art.
Following his completion of school in 1999, Kadu went on to study Art at the Mzilikazi Art and Crafts Centre in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
Seeing the potential of this artist, the National Art Gallery of Zimbabwe awarded Kadu with a sponsorship. This bolstered Kadu's determination to develop as a noteworthy artist. He stayed on as a resident artist at the gallery studios from
2002 to 2004, during which he participated in a number of local and national exhibitions.
His work is about people living their dayly lifes in Africa. His art draws inspiration from people, and situations around him; sometimes evolving them into abstract parables. His art displays use of rich colours and bold images.