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Citizen TV’s Jamila Mohamed, Francis Gachuri join Radio (Photos)

A new beginning for the two TV personalities

Jamila, Gachuri and Lincoln Njogu have joined the Breakfast Show that is hosted by Vincent Ateya, where they will be hosting a new segment dubbed “Kikao Cha Jambo Kenya” .

The new segment on Radio Citizen is meant to discuss current affairs comprehensively, with the aim of enlightening their listeners.

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“Kuanzia Jumanne kwenye  usikose kuungana nasi katika Kikao cha Jambo Kenya ” shared Jamila Mohammed

“Day one on Radio!  let’s do this! ,” Shared Jamila Mohammed on Instagram.

Gachuri and Jamila’s debut on Radio comes days after another pair of Citizen TV anchors Anne Kiguta and Patrick Igunza also Joined Hot 96 to host “Hot Drive”.

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