Kenyans online have elicited mixed reactions after Radio Jambo presenter narrated that he once rejected a job offer at Royal Media Service Radio Citizen. He said he was approached by RMS when he was still working at Ghetto Radio with Bonoko.
(Photo| Uhuru And Mbusii)
Mbusii met with the management where they discussed contract terms, salary and other important things. After the meeting, he was considering to join the station but after listening to his friends advice, he changed his mind.
He was really confused and through meditation and proper thinking, he declined the job. Some of his friends told him switching to Radio Citizen was a suicidal because Ghetto Radio was like a home to him.
He later joined Radio Jambo after Shaffie Weru approached him but Bonoko refused to go with him. Mbusii with Liondee are hosting the biggest show in Kenya that runs from 3pm to 7pm every weekday.
(Photo| Mbusii And Liondee)
Netizens reacted by saying that he made a good decision not to join Citizen because Radio Citizen would have not allowed the kind of show they are currently airing, in their station. Here are some of the mixed reactions from Kenyans.
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