On-air personality Kamene Goro has responded to reports of her impending departure from Kiss FM, where she co-hosts the breakfast show with Oga Obinna.
When asked about the reports of her departure, Kamene told a local media outlet that she didn’t understand why that would be news.
“I don’t have anything to say, but again how is my leaving news?” the media personality told NN.
“You people should know leaving is not an easy thing, and you should let people be,” she added.
Kamene joined the station in 2019, following a lengthy legal battle with her previous employer, who had filed a court case to prevent her from taking up the Kiss FM job before the non-compete period in her contract expired.
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She was working with content creator Andrew Kibe at the time, who would leave the Radio Africa Group station in 2020.
She continued to host the Kiss breakfast show until Kibe was replaced later that year by Lang’ata MP Phelix Odiwuor, alias Jalang’o.
Later, he would resign to focus on his political campaign in 2022, leaving Kamene with her current co-host, Oga Obinna.
Due to her sharp wit, humor, and candid approach to discussing various topics on her show, Kamene has become a household name in Kenya.
She is well-known for her fearless approach to dealing with sensitive and contentious issues, which has earned her a large following among Kenyan youth.