She is one of the most revered radio personalities in Kenya. Radull is famous for 'The Jaza Stadi' slogan and initiative, which rallies fans to fill stadiums to support local-based sports teams.
The Classic 105 presenter is arguably the best sports presenter Kenya has ever produced. She has risen the ranks to outshine the male-dominated field of sports journalism.
Radull is also a brand ambassador.
On October 23, the outspoken radio presenter blasted the government over a predicament that the national netball team was apparently facing in South Africa.
Radul claimed that the team was stranded at a lodging over unpaid bills, a matter that angered many Kenyans. She went on to confess to having broken down in tears while talking to one of the girls whom she reported, were stranded in South Africa.
Sports CS, Amina Mohamed, however, denied the allegations asserting that the story was a creation of social media and that it had been blown out of proportion.
Senate majority leader, Kipchumba Murkomen, had given an assurance that the Senate’s sports committee would move with speed to investigate the matter and recommend action if the reports were confirmed to be true.
On October 25, Amina appeared before the National Assembly sports committee over the matter where tempers flared as Webuye West MP, Dan Wanyama, himself a retired volleyball player, accused PS Karimi Kaberia Karimi Kaberia of being the head of cartels in the ministry.
Radull is also famous for 'Jaza Stadi' slogan and initiative she has consistently championed for to encourage interest and pride in local sports.