Kalekye Mumo, who has been with the company for many years and done a great job first as Kiss FM drive anchor and later as breakfast anchor, has left to pursue other interests.
Radio Africa Group's Chief Executive Patrick Quarcoo says, ' We wish her well in her future endeavors. We are looking at new long-term changes to grow KISSFM'.
He added, 'We are also in the next two months going to hire new talent for all our Radio Stations, in line with the digital direction the Group is taking'.
Martin Khafafa, Group General Manager says the company has decided to reconstitute the breakfast team and has chosen Adelle Onyango to lead the new team starting today.
Adelle will have Shaffie Weru as the co -anchor. Adelle has built a fanatical social media following and is well connected to Kenyan youth. It is Radio Africa Group's expectation that the new show will be formally launched to the market soon.
As a part of Radio Africa's 2017 strategy, the company will reformat all core electronic assets which are leaders in their segment to deliver greater audience and a digital future for the business.