The night of July 6th 2021 changed the life of one radio presenter at the Ruben FM radio station. This after the President, Uhuru Kenyatta walked into the radio station unannounced catching the radio presenter unawares. The president was dressed in a military jungle green jacket.
Shaffie Zele was the luckiest radio presenter who briefly interviewed the President over the football team he was supporting. The President confessed his support for Germany. The president was on a night tour to supervise the projects that NMS has been undertaking inorder to enhance decent living standards for the residents who live in the slums.
After addressing listeners the Ruben FM, the president promised the radio presenter that he will conduct a proper interview at Statehouse with the President.
Shaffie has confessed that despite handling the President's interview professionally, he is yet to believe theat once in a lifetime suprise and that surprise will remain forever in his heart and life will never be the same. Since then Kenyans have been celebrating him for his professionalism and humility. Some even praying for God to open doors for him.
Here are photos of Shaffie Zele:
The president interacting with Shaffie Zele
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