Over the years, a widely circulated list of top Kamba radio presenters at Radio Africa, and which includes, among others, Daniel Ndambuki aka Churchill, Bramwell Mwololo, Kamene Goro, Jacob Ghost Mulee, Masawe Japani, Tina Masika and Chipukeezy before he quit Kiss 100, has been used to praise and blame Caroline Mutoko in equal measure. Her admirers have hailed her as the one woman who has employed more Kambas than even Ngilu during her days as a top boss at Radio Africa, while her detractors have accused her of tribalism.
However, a revelation by Carol Radull after she resigned from Radio Africa has gone a long way in shading more light on the issue.
Immediately after her exit from Radio Africa where she had been for 21 years, Carol Radull revealed that she was the one behind the hiring of Bramwell Mwololo and Jacob Ghost Mulee. This piece of information was able to reveal that Mutoko had nothing to do with the employment of the two.
Besides this, the list has always been questionable, considering that people such as Kamene Goro and Tina Masika got into Radio Africa after Mutoko had already exited.
Nevertheless, she had a hand in the employment of people like Chipukeezy, who has publicly admitted to this in the past.
Radull’s post read,
“I joined the Radio Africa Group on the 8th of Aug 2000 as a news reporter and was soon promoted to be the head of News at Kiss 100. 2008 I launched Radio Jambo and was the station’s first Programme Controller. I pride myself in hiring @gidiogidi (who had no belief in himself as a presenter and accused me of “removing me from my PLUSH job at UNEP as an IT exec “for this”! 🤣 @ghost_mulee (who questioned me during his job interview whether he could really be a radio presenter hehe) @mwololobramwell, @fredarocho who I scouted while he was being a hooligan at Nyayo Stadium 🤣 (forgive me guys 🤣) and many others; and together we built an amazing brand,”
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