KISS 100´s Kamene Goro and Andrew Kibe have Radio Africa in their defense against court charges filed by their former employer, NRG.
Since the two radio presenters exited NRG for KISS 100´s breakfast show, they have hardly been able to take up their new job after facing court charges.
According to court documents, NRG cite a non-compete clause in the presenters´ contracts.
Upon resigning, the two paid NRG 3-months salary in lieu of notice.
However, NRG seeks to have the court:
Grant a temporary order of injunction restraining the Respondent from performing services for, carrying or being engaged or interested or concerned directly or indirectly
or publicly identifying with the promotion of or the services provided by, any other radio station within the Republic of Kenya
or in any business which in anyway competes with the Applicant’s business pending the hearing and determination of this application.
Fortunately, Kamene´s and Kibe´s current employer, Radio Africa have vowed to defend them.
Radio Africa´s CEO,Patrick Quarcoo affirms:
We shall aggressively defend our employees on this suit.
But as we speak, Kamene Goro just Monday cited that she is still in limbo.
I don’t exactly know what the future holds for me at this point,
but I can guarantee I’m moving forward with aggressive Grit, anchored fully in Grace