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Malaika Tenshi Nnyanzi leaves Capital FM after five years

Renowned media personality Malaika Tenshi Nnyanzi called a wrap at Kisementi-based radio station Capital FM after five years.

The Afternoon Drive show had her very last show on Capital FM air on Friday 26th April 2024 where she bid farewell to all her fans and listeners who always tuned in to enjoy the show with her.

She co-hosted the show with veteran radio personality James Okoth alias Oulanya Columbas. She announced her departure in a very clever manner that few got to know as she discussed how to embrace change.

Her throwing in the towel wasn’t forced as in her own opinion she felt it was time she tried out other ventures that she deems fit than being on air.

She also announced her departure through a post on her Facebook that read;

Hey, my awesome Afternoon Besties, Can you believe that it has been 5 years already? Since 6th May 2019. 5 amazing, wonderful, fulfilling years of being on the @capitalfmuganda #MalaikaAndOulanyah. Entertaining you and getting to be a part of your afternoon every Mon – Fri 3 pm – 7 pm. Thank you so much for loving me and raising me.

Thank you for allowing me to be your Afternoon bestie. So, with teary eyes and a heart full of joy and love that you filled. I say byeeeeeeeee (you know how I say it on the radio show). I will miss you so much. Today, 26th April 2024, will be my last show @capitalfmuganda on #MalaikaAndOulanyah. But you know me,…. I will always find a way to be either on your screen or radio.

Malaika Nnyanzi

She is now set to embark on personal ventures in which she has been investing her time whenever she is off air.

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