Kiss FM radio presenter Nick Ndenda has left the station. Nick was host of the “Kiss Drive” alongside Linda Nyangweso.
Nick announced his exit on Instagram, stating that his season at Radio Africa Group had come to an end. He noted that he made friends and memories during his 9 year stay with Radio Africa Group.
Although he did not reveal his next steps, Nick told fans that to be excited as he was about to start a new experience.
He took time to thank everyone who tuned in to his show.
Nick joined Kiss FM after leaving XFM where he hosted and produced their morning show. Nick worked for XFM between the 2012 and 2019.
Nick, who is also an actor, started his career in radio after he took his brother Jeremy Odhiambo for an audition at Homeboyz Radio.
At Homeboyz radio, Nick hosted an afternoon show. He also trained some of the household names like Amina Abdi and Mwalimu Rachel.
He left Homeboyz radio in 2010 and joined Hot 96 where he became the youngest Deputy programs controller at the age of 25. He was also the youngest male breakfast show host on national Radio.
Nick later left for South Africa after he landed a role as “Kalonzo” in a popular M-net show, Jacob’s Cross.
On July 29, 2020, Remmy Majala and Nick Ndeda landed a major deal with REVOLT TV owned by renowned American artist Sean John Combs popularly known as P. Diddy, to host a show focused on African hip-hop and culture.
The show premiered on August 12 last year and focuses on emerging artists, fashion, sports, entrepreneurship, events, and more.