Citizen TV presenter Kambua has been handed a new role, days after Rauka host Enid Moraa announced her departure from the station.
Kambua given new role at Citizen TV
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Kambua who formerly hosted Rauka has been taken back to the morning show which she will host alongside Andy Mburu, who was Enid’s co-host.
In a post shared by her Bambika co-host and hypeman, Timeless Noel on Instagram, he welcomed Kambua back to Rauka saying that they will miss her at their Sunday mid-morning gospel show Bambika.
“Welcome back to #Rauka @kambuamuziki Tutakumiss as team #Bambika,” wrote Timeless Noel on the Instagram post.
“Today I hang my #Bambika boots and said kwaheri to these gentlemen who have become family @holydavemuthengi @timelessnoel @djggactivist . It's been such an amazing journey serving with you. Thank you for loving me, protecting me, and allowing me to just be myself while spreading the gospel!! Nawapenda Sana and much love to all the #Bambika fans. Catch me next Sunday as I journey on with my other new family @andymburu and @kenthadjon #Rauka. Thank you for the warm welcome guys! Injili lazima iendelee, au sio?” wrote Kambua.
Kambua’s move comes days after Enid Moraa announced that she was leaving Rauka Gospel show after captaining it for five years.
On Sunday last week, Enid Moraa bid farewell to the Royal Media Services owned station, in an emotional affair that was attended by her mother.
Citizen TV management also took to social media to wish her well as she starts a new chapter in her life.
“An emotional farewell for Enid as her mother joins her in studio for her final show #Rauka@andymburu @Kenthadj EnidMoraa,” reads a tweet from Citizen TV.
Enid’s mother, who had been invited to the show, mentioned that she was very proud of the person her daughter had become and admired how much she had grown.
"I have seen her walk this tough walk right from the beginning. I've seen Enid grow. I have seen the pathway that she has walked through. One thing I want to tell Enid I have admired in her is when she has stood stable even in the most unstable times," said Enid’s mum.
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