• Obinna disclosed that his contract with Radio Africa Group has expired and both parties have opted to end their relationship amicably.
• He also mentioned that his last day at the station was Monday, last week.
Media personality and comedian Oga Obinna has left Kiss FM after 1 year.
In an exclusive interview with Mpasho’s Kalondu Musyimi, Obinna disclosed that his contract with Radio Africa Group has ended and both parties have opted to end their relationship amicably.
He also mentioned that his last day at the station was Monday, last week.
The comedian turned presenter expressed gratitude to Radio Africa for giving him a chance to work with them over the past 1 year.
“I’m no longer at Kiss. I have finished my contract... The experience has been beautiful and I have achieved my dream and did everything I wanted to do. And everything I do from now henceforth will be extra.
"If it’s a job or a car, I will be extra. I have driven that car I wanted to drive (apart from Range Rover Sport), lived in the houses I wanted, and worked in an organization I always wanted... I have achieved what I wanted to do and now we move…,” Obinna told Mpasho.
During the Interview, Obinna disclosed that he was doing his clearance at Radio Africa Group before officially exiting the company.
“I have tried being on Kiss since 2013 and guess what 2022 happened and I got the breakfast show on Kiss FM."
The funnyman went on to narrate his experience at Kiss FM:
“I have learnt that when an organization cares about its people and talent they thrive more. I have worked in organizations where they really don’t care about their employees. But here I was myself, dressed the way I want and doing my thing.”
“I know the reason as to why I have left so let those who want to speculate do it, it’s their job… its good vibes all around it, and people should not feel bad about it or anything. It’s been a nice run and maybe I might come back or maybe I will not. Time will tell," Obinna said.
The radio personality replaced Jalang’o on Kiss FM after he exited the radio industry for politics in February last year.