Capital FM presenter says adios to the station
A Capital FM presenter who once said she bought a one ticket to Kenya four years ago has called it quits at the Chris Kirubi media house.
Wanjira Longauer Mbuthia, who hosts a mid-morning show The Fuse on Capital FM, told her listeners and fans on Thursday to make sure that they tune in because it will be the last show she’s hosting.
“Capital FM and I have mede magique over the last four years. Tune in for some last min fun together on my final show. 98.4, mad love baby!! All love. – WanLuv, she posted on her social media channels.
Born and raised in New York, Ms Longauer is also an actor and emcee who loves what she does.
In an interview with Nairobi News in 2017, she said that she was still enjoying the journey and that she still makes crazy mistakes along the way.
“I don’t get time. I really manage my time to what I really love and I love what I do. So because what I do are also my hobbies and my passions and my obsessions, I find it very fluid to just make time for these things and to make life come out this way.”
Her departure comes less than two months after Olive Burrows, a hard-nosed interviewer, crossed a few streets from Lonrho House to Nation Center to join the Nation Media House owned NTV as a news presenter.
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