Kenyan rapper Kennedy Ombima, alias King Kaka, gushed over his wife's success after she landed a TV job on Monday, January 13, 2020.
The musician announced that Carter Ninifelly Owiti alias, Nana Owiti, would be joining Switch TV, a Kenya Red Cross-owned media house.
Owiti will be hosting a show dubbed Chat Spot.
She replaced Jackie Matubia who exited the station in January 2020.
Matubia, a former Tahidi High actress left after a year and a half stint at the station.
"Hii maua ndio utaniambia nani alikupea. While wengine wanaitishana change hapo. (You'll have to explain to me who bestowed such luck upon you).
"The queen will be hosting Chat Spot on Switch TV from 5.50 pm, tune in. Wacha nichome pop corn hapa na strong tea nikingoja (Let me enjoy some snacks as I wait for her show)," King Kaka hyped.
Nana Owiti will be joining musician, Kush Tracey, and former KTN presenter, Mary Mwikali, in hosting the show.
On Chat Spot, the hosts speaking on various issues that concern the society and also interview renown people.
Switch TV on on Monday, January 6, 2019 announced that they would be making major staffing changes in line with its growth strategy.
The station is also embarking on a new direction under the Switch TV 2020 Strategy.
"We will be reviewing the existing programming; cancelling and launching new shows; which may affect some of the existing talent," an email sent to newsrooms read.
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