• Mulamwah had earlier announced his exit from Milele FM
• The comedian on Tuesday, August 15 confirmed he is back at the station after reaching an agreement with top management
Kenyan comedian turned radio host Kendrick Mulamwah has given his fans every reason to be jolly after announcing his comeback on Milele FM.
Mulamwah, who a couple of days announced his untimely exit from the Mediamax owned radio station has confirmed he is back on air barely a days after officially hanging the mic.
Sharing the good news with his fans on social media, Mulamwah disclosed he is back after settling issues and misunderstandings with the station’s top management.
The funny man revealed he had reached an agreement with the station following a lengthy but productive meeting.
“Back on MILELE FM , we had discussions and came to an agreement. Mambo iko safi kabisa !! Show konki continues 1-4pm monday to friday . asanteni mafans , extension it is , you did it 💪💯 . KONKIIII 🙏 . Itambe MILELE .” Mulamwah wrote on Facebook.
News of Mulamwah’s return to Milele FM not only excited a multitude of his fans who welcomed him back with unending jubilation but also his radio brother Meshack Jillani alias The Sultan of Chonyi who Captains the station’s most listened to program #SHOWKONKI.
Revered Radio Personality Meshack Jillani could not hold back his joy, overflowing pleasure and love as he took to social media to welcome his on-air brother Mulamwah back to the Kijabe Street-based radio station.
In a Facebook post seen by YEIYO.com, Meshack Jillani hinted that #SHOWKONKI will now offer it’s audience with nothing but the best there is as far radio entertainment is concerned.
“Ndio Hio. Kazi tupige sasa” Meshack Jillani wrote.
It is imparative to note that Mulamwah’s return to Milele FM comes just days after disclosing that he had called it quits due to the fact that he had could not reach an agreement with the station’s management.
YEIYO.com understands Mulamwah is not the only Milele FM presenter who unceremoniously announced his exit from the Milele FM.
As earlier reported by a cross-section of the Kenyan media, revered radio host Alex Mwakideu also announced to his fans that he had ditched the station following disagreements on terms of employment with his bosses.
Alex, however, made a quick return to Milele FM just hours after his exit and duly informed his following of the latest development through mainstream and social media.
It is not yet clear what the issue was with the “mass exit” but the return of the station’s polished employees gave radio lovers a huge sigh of relief.
This writer cannot independently confirm if indeed the exits were genuine or just a publicity stunt to attract clout with the aim of surging the station’s listenership.
Clout or not, the return of Mulamwah and Alex Mwakideu impressed countless Kenyans who have strongly been supporting the station over the year.