It wasn't the President's visit or an expected high-stakes meeting of political bigwigs that caught people's attention, but rather, Kanze's transformation.
Clearly frustrated, the employee tore into the RMS management over allegedly disproportionate salaries paid out to different members of the team.
When not helming news bulletins or conducting important interviews, Njenga is a player in a number of sectors including hospitality and livestock. Like many other Kenyans including his colleagues in the media industry, Njenga operates a successful side-hustle or two.
Kobi hasn't allowed the scandal to stop her progress and has been making impressive moves in New York where she remains based.
Maina Kageni, who redefined breakfast show presentation in Kenya’s radio industry, said his exit from Classic 105 would mark the end of his illustrious radio career.
“I gave my speed bike to my kid bro who turned 30! Plus I have a new Quad/All-Terrain Bike. Before I turn 40, I would want to drive a Bentley Bentayga or G 63 AMG,” Weru noted in a past interview.
On average, Citizen Radio takes the top spot with a share of 16.2 per cent, Radio Maisha with 12.8 per cent followed by Jambo which maintains its third position in share with an average of 9.2 per cent