Lynda Nyangweso has announced her exit from Radio Africa’s Kiss FM, where she held a stint for 11 years.
The radio presenter affirmed that leaving the station would help her focus on what the world had to offer. She also noted she would have her final show on Thursday, May 6.
“At the moment, it’s on a wait-and-see basis. Who knows, with the world focused on fighting the Covid-19 pandemic,” said Lynda.
The seasoned radio presenter further took to social media and detailed her journey with the station. She categorically stated some of the memorable experiences that shaped her career while working at Kiss FM.
“When starting out at Kiss FM 11 years ago, I worked the graveyard shift. I had the opportunity to mess up, rinse, and try again. Later on, I moved to midmorning, before moving to the breakfast show, which was an amazing learning curve,” she stated.
Lynda appreciated her fans whom she described as her second family.
The celebrated journalist created a rapport with most listeners when she joined the station in 2010. The morning drive became an instant hit, making her a household name in the radio industry.
Before her job at Kiss FM, she worked at Phoenix Square, Nairobi, and earned a monthly salary of Ksh 8,000.
The news comes after her former colleague Nick Ndeda called it quits from the radio station after working there for nine years.
Other presenters who have recently left the station include Andrew Kibe, Adelle Onyango, and Terry Muikamba.