Celebrated Radio Presenter and Voice Over artist Nick Odhiambo is in mourning following the untimely death of his son who was born on June 25th 2021.
Radio Presenter Nick Odhiambo loses son 3 days after being born
In 2019 Nick again lost his unborn baby
In a tweet, a sad Odhiambo said that he was still celebrating his new born son only to turn out that he passed way three days after being born.
“What a short lived joy!
Born Friday 25th June- 28th June 2021...been celebrating you and giving mom space to heal
Then am told you were buried yesterday...and just seen your new home! #RiPSoN
I have cried my eyes out asking why? Lil'Kyeon” wrote Nick Odhiambo.
On 25th, 2021 the former Radio Maisha was overjoyed to be a father again, little did he know he could be grieving in three days’ time.
“Best gift ever....nice to meet you son.! My mini me.....I am Soo overjoyed…,” wrote Nick.
Sad Loss of his Unborn baby
In January 2019, a grieving Odhiambo shared that he had unfortunately lost his unborn baby via his social media pages, expressing how he was yearning to have the baby.
“The countdown to your birthday cut short.... Sometimes life just throws you a curve ball !!!..but it is what it is..lil' J'lani R.I.P.. My son didn't make it to see this beautiful world ...” reads Nick Odhiambo’s post.
Nick Quits Radio Maisha
Just 3 days ago, Nick announced that he has parted ways with Standard Group owned station Radio Maisha after 4 years.
Nick Odhiambo joined Radio Maisha in May 2017, after parting ways with Classic 105, where he had worked for 10 years.
Odhiambo announced his exit from Radio Maisha at a time when he was hosting his last show.
In the update, Odhiambo said that he is going back to an English Radio station after 4 years on a Swahili station.
“Today's my final RHUMBA show on air after 4years at @radiomaisha
!did I ever think i'd switch to swahili radio? NOPE but the opportunity came and i took it. transitioning back to English radio in a few days tupige sherehe leo buuuuuurrrdan
is burrrdaaan #PapaNickYeboooo!” announced Nick Odhiambo.
Odhiambo is being replaced by the legendary Titi Nagwalla who is set to make a debut on Radio Maisha with a rebranded Rhumba show called #RhumbaRepublik. Titi previously worked with Milele FM before he was laid off.
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