Citizen TV news anchor Victoria Rubadiri has finally made her radio comeback.
Victoria Rubadiri makes radio comeback
She is back!!
In a message she shared on Instagram, the mother of one could not hide her excitement as she announced her return to radio.
She narrated how she first fell in love with radio because her parents worked on radio for over ten years and in her own words, the studio was like her second home.
In radio return on Royal Media Services radio station Hot 96, Victoria Rubadiri will co-host the Sunday morning show ‘Arise on Hot’ alongside Pastor Anthony.
She made her debut on the show on Sunday morning.
“So this is happening!! Radio is really where the media bug first bit me, when I was, wait for it...three years old! My parents were in radio for over 10 years and being in studio was like a second home. My journey brings me back to this beloved platform to share, connect and inspire. I’m so excited!!!! So tune in every Sunday morning and chime in!! #Arise #hot96fmkenya,” she wrote on Instagram.
Victoria Rubadiri began her career as a Business journalist and news anchor at the Chris Kirubi owned Capital FM where she worked for about two years, before she left for NTV as a TV news anchor and reporter.
In 2018, Rubadiri parted ways with the Aga Khan owned NTV and moved to Citizen TV in a mass exodus that saw top journalists from across different stations move to the Communication Centre.
Rubadiri joins the likes of Yvonne Okwara, Willis Raburu and Jeff Koinange who are also presenters at Hot 96 and Citizen TV.
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