Kamene Goro, a well-known Kenyan media personality, has returned to the television profession, years after leaving Ebru TV. Kamene Goro is now the newest Kiss TV presenter. On Wednesday, May 25th, Radio Africa announced Kamene Goro as the new host. Kamene was one of a handful of presenters tasked with taking the media station to new heights. Every Saturday at 10 p.m., Kamene Goro will host a show called "Good Vibes," which will air on the channel.
The media personality stated, “My show is called good vibes only and we be airing every Saturday night at 10:00pm and its just appreciating the best out of the pop culture. It’s about music, entertainment, celebrities… it’s having the conversation that inform their lives which re all about entertainment. We also ensure that we keep the good vibes going because that is all what kiss TV is all about.” Among other great Radio hosts who landed TV jobs at Kiss TV include Homeboyz radio host known as Charlie Karumi.
Kamene Goro worked for Ebru TV before leaving television. Kamene Goro had resigned from her position and traveled to Tanzania to marry her then-husband. However, she later divorced her husband and returned to the spotlight. Kamene Goro has been working in radio for a long time and is now one of Kenya's most sought-after media celebrities. She currently co-hosts the Kiss radio morning show with Oga Obinna. What are your thoughts on this story? Please share this post on all social media platforms that are available.
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