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Flavia ends her journey on the Mid-Morning show at Capital fm

Flavia Tumusiime Kabuura 33, has for the past sixteen years been the voice behind the mid-mornings on Capital FM. This morning, Flavia through her social media pages announced that she will be partying ways with the show as her last show will be tomorrow August 31, 2022.

“Tomorrow 31st August will be my final show at Capital FM Uganda for the mid-morning show. It’s been a life and career-changing experience for me since 2006. The time has come again for me to stretch my potential and see what else I can become,” she wrote on her Twitter timeline.

Flavia however noted that even if she is leaving the show, she will still be working at Capital FM.

The ever-jolly presenter maintained that despite leaving the mid-morning show, she will still continue working at Capital FM.

She thanked her fans for supporting her through the years and growing with her on her journey.

“They took a teenager with excitement and passion and empowered me to be the best. Allow the humble brag that we pulled the best English midmorning show in the country consistently all these years. Bravo. Thank you for the patience, guidance and tremendous support over these years. To my best friends and companions on the show, the LISTENER, I’m lost for words.

Thank you for accepting me and connecting with me for so long and allowing me grow over the years. This is the end of the road for me on the midmorning show BUT certainly not the end for me @capitalfmuganda . I’ll be back in another capacity sooner than you think,” she wrote.


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Prior to joining Capital FM, Flavia was a presenter on Hot 100FM. The station’s frequency [100.9] has since been taken over by Capital FM’s sister station KIIS 100.

She has also worked on television, hosting WBS TV’s teen club and K-files and as a News anchor on NTV Uganda. Outside Uganda, she has worked for Channel O and worked as a co-host for Big Brother Africa in 2012.

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