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Becky now roaring on KFM

Normally when talent switches stations, it often just seems like any other change of workplace.

However, what doesn’t often come to light is the fact that some talents actually cost a hand and a leg. And this is the case of Becky Katagaya Nantale, commonly known as Becky to her pals and listeners.

After a number of eight attempts, industrial area’s KFM has had her put pen to paper, crossing from Power FM.

The cheeky, and hoarse-voiced radio girl will now be rocking the airwaves on 93.3 KFM, co-hosting the K-Drive show, alongside James Peterson.

She started today, and while she’s been a staple on the morning show at the Christian-based station, she’s not new to drive shows having done one before, with Brian Mulondo who is also now at KFM having crossed from NTV.

“I’m honestly excited, and ready for the challenge. I have been on radio for the past twelve and a half years which I’ve all spent on Power Fm. Joining KFM means I’m going to be presenting for a bigger audience. I’m bringing fan to the radio and I’m really humbled to be working with one of the top stations in Uganda ,” Becky said.

She winds down from a 12-year journey, to start another with KFM. You’re welcome, Becky!

Becky replaces Tindi who was commonly known as ‘Maama K-Drive’ who hanged up her mike two months ago.


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