Former Ebru TV presenter lands radio job


Former Ebru TV presenter lands radio job

Former Ebru TV presenter Monique Angelyn Bett has landed a new radio job about five months after she quit the Television station.

In a post she shared on Instagram, Monique announced that she will be making a radio comeback starting Monday, on Standard Group’s new radio station Spice FM.

The mother of two who was excited about her radio return said that it felt good to be back and she will be the hosting the Spice Drive from 3-7PM weekdays.

Y'all know I love those throwbacks. Guess who's going to be taking you home every evening from 3pm to 7pm on @spicefmke 94.4 Feels so good to back #DebutTonight #SpiceDrive #ThatHoneyVoice #EastAfricanGirl #attitudeofgratitude #NewStarts #TagAFan,” wrote Monique.

Ebru Departure

During her departure from Ebru, Ms Bett recounted the good times she had working with station while co-hosting the Let’s Talk show for three seasons alongside actress Brenda Wairimu, DJ Pierra Makena and Ella.

She however, did not reveal where she was headed to after the sudden exit.

Once upon a time.... 2 years ago I was cast as a co-host on Kenya's talk show 'Let's Talk' on @ebrutvkenya . I'll never forget our first photo shoot together and our first episode with @brendawairimu_@pierramakenaofficial and Ella. We cried, laughed, danced, learnt each other and sometimes it was really hard to just get through it all! 3 seasons in, I'm reflecting on all the memories. The days i wasn't sure of myself, the intro the fun/emotional interviews, the hiccups, the theme song, the days we stood up for each other, the days we were mad at each other. Everything! I'm sending love to the original cast and everyone who held us up. We sure had one crazy ride. A new start begins for me and it’s time to say goodbye to 'Let's Talk'. It's yet another season for me to transition into another version of myself,” said Monique’s statement.

Monique is an experienced radio and TV presenter having worked with the Royal Media Services (RMS) Citizen TV and Hot 96 radio.


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