Capital FM has been playing around on who is the currently hosting a struggling Hits Not Home Work Radio show. Since Amina Abdi left the show last year, the popular and oldest hip hop show on Kenyan radio has been spiraling downwards.
Capital FM tried reshuffling Anita Nderu, Tracy Wanjiru, DJ Jo Kisila, Anne Mwaura to revamp it but nothing happened. The radio station was eventually forced to tap Homeboyz’ Neville and Miss Mandy to host the show.
Taking to social media, Capital FM announced that they have new faces in and the four others who were tasked to hosting the show but failed miserably moved to other shows.
“One good thing about HITS, when it HITS you.. you feel no pain! Catch @nxville_ke and @missmandii from 7pm-10pm on #hits984 Mon-Thur” shared Capital FM.
Miss Mandy, who has been working for the station for several months now, was thankful after being picked a host.
“New month, more life, more blessings & more work. After being at @capitalfmkenya for 5 years hosting 1 show, 2019 started on a high. I am now a full time presenter now on Hits with my man dem @nxville_ke . Join us on @capitalfmkenya from 7pm to 10pm Monday through to Thursday” wrote Miss Mandi.
Nevile was previously a host at Homeboyz Radio.
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