The Lakeside-based popular vernacular radio station Radio Nam Lolwe has faced yet another blow after one of its key presenters called it a day.
Station's afternoon presenter Elizabeth Anyango Oduor bowed out of 10 years of service.
According to Oduor, she deliberately resigned as she has been yearning to work in a different environment where she can face new challenges and learn new stuff.
“I decided to move out as I am looking for a different environment, fresh challenges, learn new stuff and above all to share the knowledge I have after my 10 years of service at radio Nam Lolwe,” she said.
Oduor has landed a job at Kisumu-based vernacular station, Sky FM. She reported at her new work station on Monday and will be running the mid-morning show.
She becomes the third person to dump the popular station after sports journalists David Bondo and assistant manager Jael Lieta left.
In an exclusive interview with Lieta, now the Sky FM station manager, the Sky Group Limited has started securing services of the top talents in the media industry.
“We are securing top talents in the media industry and Elizabeth Anyango Oduor has been our target but the hunt continues,” she revealed.
Lieta had worked as the station’s assistant manager for over 10 years while David Bondo who fully manned sports and news desk moved to Siaya county to start his own radio station christened Ratego Radio which broadcasts on 98.1 frequency.