Jalang’o opens up on his unknown longtime chemistry with Kamene Goro (Video)

Kenyans were quick to doubt Kamene Goro and Jalang’o would effectively work together as a team, only for him to admit they have been close for a while now.

Spilling the beans during his interview on Billy Miya’s YouTube channel, the popular MC confessed that one time while at Hot 96, he went on air with Kamene who was standing in for an absent Jeff Koinange.

Stima na maji!  Kamene and I have been good friends since long ago. We have been on radio together at Hot 96 when Jeff Koinange was not around, where I worked with Kamene Goro.

Kiss FM presenters, Kamene Goro and Jalang’o

Also read: Frankie Just Gym It breaks to tears confessing how much he misses his two sons (Video)

Before cryptically revealing that he only wants the bootyful lass and nothing else.

I don’t even need chemistry. I just want her! I will manage…Utamu wa lorry ni kupandilia nyuma. Utamu wa njugu ni kula moja moja. I will decide which angle to take.

Joining 2022 politics

On a different note, the Kiss FM presenter confirmed his unflinching bid to vie for Lang’ata parliamentarian seat come 2022, sending home the current MP, Nixon Korir.

Radio personality and MC, Jalang’o

Declaring his interest in the political space, Jalang’o revealed this is going to be his last time on radio with his focus being politics and building his own brand in the media industry.

Right before you is the Lang’ata MP as “Jalang’o Jalang’o”.

Also read: Jalang’o officially hosts first show at Kiss FM, Kenyans rate him

Explaining his motivation:

If you want change, you can bring change in society either as an individual or as a politician. However, politics gives you a louder voice and it is easier to change policies. So when my times comes, we shall see whether I will be an Independent candidate or join a political party.

Comedian Jalang’o

Further affirming his credibility as he awaits to graduate with a Bachelors Degree from Daystar University in October 2020 – so he says.

I am about to graduate with a Degree in Community Development because I want to go back to the community.

About this writer:

Gloria Katunge