Radio host Andrew Kibe has left Radio Africa owned radio station Kiss 100 FM.
The outspoken radio host made the announcement through Twitter on Tuesday morning, June 30.
“It’s been real watu nguyas. I will miss all your nonsense in the morning especially,” Kibe wrote on Twitter.
After his exit, rumours has it that Kibe might be replaced by former Milele FM radio host Felix Odiwour also known as Jalang’o.
Although GOTTA.news cannot independently confirm the rumours, Jalang’o was fired from Milele FM and a few days later hinted that he will be heading back to Radio Africa Group where he kicked off his radio career.
“I might end up on Waiyaki way. And there are so many radio stations, there is NRG, Jambo, KISS, Classic, will decide. But I had an amazing meeting with my friend and my boss, the first person who ever gave me the first ever radio contract. Patrick Wako. So take away NRG radio but I think I might end up where it all began, Radio Africa. Which radio? I still do not know,” Jalang’o said.
Kamene and Kibe joined Kiss on July 1 after resigning from NRG Radio on June 14 and June 13 respectively.
However, NRG Radio obtained an injunction from the Employment and Labour Relations Court barring them from from joining Radio Africa Group before their non compete period stipulated in their contracts lapses.
Justice Hellen Wasilwa subsequently granted a temporary injunction after NRG submitted that it had invested heavily in the duo.
The company said the investments included buying them new cars, spending a lot of money in promoting their brands, training them and paying for their luxurious trips to different places in the world including the Rugby Sevens week, an annual week-long sporting event held in the United States in March.
They were, however, cleared and allowed to start their radio show
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