Exclusive: Why NRG Radio has sued Kamene Goro and Andrew Kibe after joining Kiss 100

Kamene and Kibe's decision to exit has come back to haunt them.

NRG Radio bids Goodbye to Kamene Goro and Andrew Kibe

NRG Media Limited owned by Kevin Mulei has sued it's former employees Michelle Kamene Goro and Andrew Kibe Mburu days after they ditched the station to join Radio Africa’s Kiss 100.

According to a reliable source who spoke to Pulselive.co.ke, the Radio Stations is suing the two for breach of contract as they exited without prior notice.

Our source also divulged that the Former #NRGBreakfastClub hosts terminated their contracts prematurely, stating that he would not give more details since the matter was before a court of law.

Employment and Labour Relations Court

A screenshot from the kenyalaw.org indicates that the two are supposed to appear before Hon. Lady Justice H. Wasilwa of the Employment and Labour Relations Court. The hearing of the case is scheduled on Friday (June 28th, 2019).

The two were poached to replace Adelle Onyango who hanged her boots in Radio after seven years.

Reports indicate that Kiss 100 will be re-branding with a complete new studio.

After their exit, NRG Management was forced to make a few changes that saw Mwalimu Rachael take over the morning show.

“Let’s just say I’m gonna be an early bird, the one thing I have been running away from my entire career. Mungu akipanga amepanga utafanya nini. It’s gonna be exciting though, so be ready to set those alarms,” she said in the video.

Office Party

On June 15th, the NRG management organized a special send off-party in studio where the two presenters gave their parting shots to listeners and colleagues, as they shared a cake.

 “It is official. @kamenegoroand @kibeandy are leaving. #NRGBreakfastClub. You lit this joint..We wish you all the best @kamenegoro and @kibeandy#NRGBreakfastClub,” wrote NRG


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