Coro Fm's Joy Wa Macharia Reveals Some Of The Challenges They Face As Radio Presenters
By RJnews | self meida writer
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Joy Wa Macharia is a celebrated media personality working with Coro Fm. Joy Wa Macharia also adds up as a mugithi artist. In a recent social media post it being the world's radio day, Joy kicked off by asking all to imagine someone talking alone for like three or four hours which is not easy.
Joy Wa Macharia went ahead to reveal that there are times a radio presenter has stress but the moment they are studio, they have to ensure that the listener is entertained with the listener not being aware of what the presenter is going through.
She went on to state that after they are done talking leaving a song to play, one gets emotional due to the situation they might be in at the moment but the Lord comes through for them. She winded up her post by requesting her followers to celebrate their favourite presenters.
The photos are courtesy of Joy Wa Macharia's social media.
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