Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Emotional Kamene Goro shed tears as she leaves her job at Kiss FM

On Friday, Kiss 100 presenter Kamene Goro was overcome with emotion as she left her breakfast show.

Kamene Goro joined Kiss Fm together with her former co-host Andrew Kibe after tendering their resignation at NRG Radio, where they made their names.

A few months later, in July 2020, Kiss Fm fired Kibe and replaced him with comedian Jalang’o.

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Jalang’o said goodbye to the station in February 2022 to run for the Lang’ata parliamentary seat, which he won.

After Jalang’o’s exit, Kamene got a new co-host, comedian Oga Obinna, who joined the station in March 2022.

In her goodbye message during her last day at Kiss FM, Kamene narrated how amazing it has been hosting the show despite some challenges.

“It is that final day and today marks my last day on Kiss FM,” she started off her goodbye message.

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To her fans, Kamene stated that she would still meet them in other avenues.

“I will miss you, but I will definitely, be around. May God bless all my fans and those who supported me in the show. My mum, my sister and everyone who has been tuning in the show for the last three years,” she said as she wiped tears and signed off.

In her message to co-host, comedian Oga Obinna, Kamene said it was one of the best moments.

“It’s been almost four years, and for all of the things we have gone through together, you have been an amazing co-host,” she told Obinna.

Kamene added that she is grateful for the journey.

In his part, Obinna thanked Kamene for helping him transition to the morning radio show and being accommodating.

“Thank you for welcoming me to Kiss and for transitioning me to the morning radio smooth. Thank you for understanding all my craziness,” he emotionally said.

 

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