NTV replaces Kriss Darlin with popular DJ, introduces new show

NTV parted ways with Kriss Darlin after joining Politics

NTV replaces Kriss Darlin with popular DJ, introduces new show

Nation Media Group owned station NTV has brought in veteran Reggae DJ Moh Spice to replace Kriss Darlin who parted ways with the Station after joining politics.

An update on Miss Katiwa page who used to host the show “JamRock” alongside Kriss Darlin, indicates that the show has been re-branded to “JamDown”.

“Now have been given another chance, another show, and am super excited to say that al be hosting the new reggae show called #JAMDOWN and just to spice it up al be killing it alongside @ruffestdjmoh one of the baddest and one of my favourite reggae djs in the showbiz ryt now, every Saturday's from 10pm till midnight. Only on @ntvkenya. Trust in God cz everything comes at its own time, believe and it shall come, ..thank you for the support and for believing in me,,will not disappoint” reads part of Miss Katiwa’s post.

Am super excited

A thankful Miss Katiwa expressed gratitude towards her bosses at NTV and Kriss Darlin for being instrumental in her TV career growth.

“Am super excited to announce this new journey that am starting cz its just a continuation of what have been doing, #ntvjamrock has been a great experience for me and it has taught me alot especially when it comes to reggae music, I got the chance to learn alot and I give all thanks to everyone who played part only that I can't finish mentioning names but most of it all thanks to @krissdarlin for teaching me everything that I know ryt now. I came to @ntvkenya without any knowledge ,, they took me in,gave me a platform to showcase my talent,I got alot of critics during my first time on tv but I swallowed all that and worked my way up and see where I am today, all thanks to mybosses @mercymaroma and #justustharao for believing in me” said Miss Katiwa.

In September, NTV ended its relationship with reggae spin master Kriss Darlin on grounds that his decision to join politics went against their Editorial policy.


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