Speaking to one of the freelance journalist on YouTube, musician Wamucii Wa Kinyaari narrated how she woke up early so as to report to the station for a morning show that started at 4:00 AM, running up to 6:00 AM. Her morning show bec.ame very popular, making her get many followers on social media platforms.
Wamucii narrated her younger life and how she started her journalism work. She made a debut at Coro FM as a marker but later joined Kameme FM where she hosted a lunch time gospel show that lasted only one hour per day. Later, she was promoted to host the morning show, which came with some challenges for her due to the timings and the amount of money she was paid.
Despite the early morning hustle to report to work, Wamucii revealed that she was paid Kshs. 24,000 per month, which she felt did not match her services since her show was very popular. Amongst other work related challenges, she decided to quit Kameme Fm and is now doing her own business.
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