Annitah Raey returns to radio after 2 years, replaces Kiss FM-Bound Star

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Hannah Gitau, better known as Annitah Raey, returned to radio on Friday, January 20, after a two-year hiatus.

Annitah joined in Vybz Radioa media station owned by the Standard Group, as a morning show host replacing Sheila Kwamboka, who left the station for KISS FM.

The experienced radio presenter will present the show Good morning Vybz show runs from 7-10pm alongside Kevin Matara.

Speak up after making a comeback Vybz RadioAnnitah expressed her gratitude to the station’s management for giving her the space to expand her skills.

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Former Hot FM presenter Annitah Raey in the studio in October 2018.

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“I missed the mic (mic) and well I miss the good vibes. Catch me tomorrow morning (Friday, January 20) Vybez radio; let’s end the week in style,” Annitah announced.

Citizen TV‘s Yvonne Okwara and Willis Raburu joined other media personalities in congratulating Annitah on her return to radio.

In November 2020, Annitah said goodbye to Hot 96station owned by the Royal Media Service and claimed that the working environment was unfavorable.

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“I resigned last week on Wednesday, November 11,” she revealed curtly.

Annitah, a mental health advocate, insisted that radio would hold a special place in her heart.

“I’ve never raged about my personal life online. I’ve never raged about my work either. I’m not about to start today, but I’ve learned to choose myself over any job because if I should die today, someone will replace me tomorrow.” I choose my common sense,” she noted.

Annitah joined in Hot 96 from Radio Jambo where she hosted Hot disk next to Patrick Igunza.

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On the other hand, Kwambox replaced the outgoing Kamene Goro KISS 100. Martin Khafafa, Chief Operating Officer of Radio Africa Group, confirmed her appointment and said she was a good addition.

“Her addition gives listeners the chance to enjoy bigger, better, more engaging radio,” said Khafafa

“We have a number of stations, the program controllers will program her in the next few days,” he added.

File photo of Sheila Kwamboka, known as Kwambox, during a photo shoot

File photo of Sheila Kwamboka, better known as Kwambox, during a photo shoot.

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