Tindi Mustafah has today officially bid farewell to Namuwongo-based Nation Media Group radio station, KFM after 13-years of service.
Tindi, the Fun Factory comedienne who has been hosting KFM’s K-Drive show announced her departure through her social media pages.
Without a doubt, on KFM Tindi Mustafah has been one of the most lively, humble, and welcoming presenters and had earned herself a nickname of Maama K–Drive because of her exhilarating presentation.
“OOh woow. It’s been a classroom of experience. From kindergarten to a PhD holder on the microphone at KFM. I have learnt that when you put your mind to something you can achieve a lot and yes I mastered the game. It has been sweet 13years on-air and well today I drop the microphone to explore other opportunities. People grow and well that growth knocked on my doorstep. I Shall miss you my KFM fans. To brighter beginnings ahead. Kisses am out”, Tindi wrote on her Facebook page.
Tindi becomes the second person to leave KFM in a space of two months; Freddie Sakura’ D’Hook show’ presenter left the station in March and was replaced by Lynda Ddane.
Tindi did not disclose her next move but she has assured her fans that she will be letting them know about her next move. There is a possibility of her joining another station if she gets the best offer.
Since Covid-19 happened, Nations Media Group cut the salaries of its employees and they haven’t lifted them.
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