Media Personality Laura Walubengo has revealed that leaving Capital FM after 12 and a half years was a bit scary for her.
It was so scary leaving Capital FM after 12 years- Former Capital FM presenter reveals
She worked as a news anchor and head of Capital Digital Media.
Ms Walubengo who left the Chris Kirubi owned Radio Station to join Dstv, noted that despite the fear of change, the transition turned out to be very rewarding.
“Moving from Capital to DStv was such a life changer for me. I grew so much and so quickly. My outlook, my ideas, my thought process, my dreams, the possibilities; everything just grew. It was so scary leaving Capital FM after 12.5yrs, and it wasn’t an active move but rather a door opening and I couldn’t peep - I was either in or out. Can’t wait to see what tomorrow holds. Even today! 6 days to 39” shared Luara Walubengo.
Lead Digital Communications Specialist
Laura Walubengo worked at Capital as a presenter before she left for South African firm MultiChoice in 2014, where she secured a job as the Lead Digital Communications Specialist East Africa for DStv based in Kenya before she returned to Capital in 2017.
In July 2018, only after 7 months Laura called it quits again this time to join China Global Television Network (CGTN).
At Capital, Walubengo worked as a news anchor and head of Capital Digital Media.
Laura is among presenters who parted ways with Capital FM in the recent past; others are Maqbull, Anita Nderu, Somoina Kimojino, Cess Mutungi among others.
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