Kalekye Mumo explains why she is still single as she quits K24

Ms Mumo explains

Media Personality Kalekye Mumo with Daddie Marto

Media Personality Kaleyke Mumo has opened up on why she was still single during her last day at K24 where she hosted Talk Central.

Ms Mumo disclosed that she was spouseless because most of the people who used to hit on her were way young than her with other priorities in life. However, she mentioned that she has not intentionally chosen not to be married and she is praying about it.

“Whaaat @daddiemarto just asked me if I was single by choice... For all those who've been asking... No I didn't intentionally choose not to be married... Aand It's a prayer point...”

“Plus being in radio a lot of the guys who hit on me were way younger than me and of course had different priorities than me... #NowYouKnow #TalkCentral @K24Tv reads Kalekye Mumo’s tweets.

Talk Central

On Thursday, Ms Mumo told Pulse Live that she parted ways with the Mediamax owned TV station in order to start her own show that would capitalize on social media.

She went on to say that this was prompted by the fact that Kenyans want to connect more with her on a personal level, based on her social media posts. Kalekye added that she will produce the content on her own terms based on the things that affect her and society.

My own content

“So I’m now putting together my own content on my own terms in my own channel which is what I’m looking to do. The feeling is that Kenyans want to get into my world to know more about me based on the things I post on social media when it gets to a personal level. So I want to do interviews yes, but now in a style that is things I like, things that affect me personally, things that have been affecting society and that in a format that will capitalize on social media because the future has become digital,” she explained.

Kalekye Mumo joined K24 in January 2017 as host of Talk Central show where she has been for the past two years after quitting Kiss 100 where she worked as a radio host for 10 years.


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