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NRG Radio: Station Loses Presenter Months After DJ Xclusive, Mwalimu Rachel Quit

Shaq the Yungin has left NRG Radio. Photo: Shaq the Yungin Facebook.

NRG Radio has lost another presenter barely 3 months after losing its big names.

This is after Shaq the Yungin announced his departure from the station.

Shaq has been at the station for six years.

Shaq in a farewell message said he was grateful for years at NRG and that he would miss everyone.

The presenter clarified that his departure was through a resignation.

“After six years of working at NRG Radio, I hereby announce my resignation from the company. I bid farewell to my colleagues, management and most importantly to the fans that have tuned in every day for the last six years while I was on air,” he said.

The presenter said it was a hard decision to leave NRG.

“Crazy I know… New vibes. Hardest choice that I’ve been thinking of making for a minute but yeah, I’m gonna miss you on this side God bless all who were part of the journey. When you have a shark in a fish bowl it’s gonna break it one day,”

“I thought I knew what my caption was gonna be but I’m trynna say less cheers to a good 6 years we have outside, and on to the next one. Don’t guess where I’m going, I’m the only one who knows see you in a bit, WE OUTSIDE,” he added.

Shaq’s exit from the radio station comes after DJ Xclusive and presenter Mwalimu Rachel also left NRG Radio after six years.

The duo later joined Radio Africa Group.

NRG Radio first went on air on 1st March 2018. It has made the radio experience quite easy since it’s also accessible through the internet and other online platforms.

It is the first visual radio station in Kenya and Africa and has become a benchmark for other media houses in the region. Its main target audience is young people between the ages of 16 and 30 years.

Kevin Mulei, a renowned businessman in Nairobi is the founder and owner of NRG Radio. He is also the founder of the once-popular Groove Awards as well as Mo Sound Events.