What is happening to Capital FM

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Radio presenter and actor Maqbul Mohammed is the latest celebrity to join the bandwagon of individuals leaving Capital FM radio station.

Maqbul announced his departure on Friday through his social media platforms, urging his fans to tune in and listen to his last show at the radio station where he has been working for 12 years.

@CapitalFMKenya, one last time. Tune in now. ?

— Maqbul Mohammed (@Maqbuli) May 31, 2019

Maqbuls fans expressed their sadness by his departure from the station with many wishing him well in his future endeavours.

Teddy Wangui tweeted, “Tuned in and listening to the show, I wish you didnt have to leave @Maqbuli, wish you the best of the best in your future endeavours, God bless.”

Kissykennysmart wrote, “Ill miss you on 984 brathe. All the best out there.”

Ashley exclaimed, “Nooooo!”

MASS EXODUS

Maqbuls decision to leave Capital FM comes a day after fellow presenter, Cess Mutungi, bid farewell to his fans during her Jam984 show.

Other presenters who left the station include My Two Cents co-hosts Sharon Mundia and Susan Wong.

Ms Wong, who is also a travel blogger, left in January this year and relocated to her home country Canada.

Sharon currently hosts the early morning breakfast show on NTV called Living with Ess.

Media personality Anita Nderu also left saying that it was time for her to conquer new challenges.

Laura Walubengo left last year. Business Editor Ken Macharia and Business reporter Kennedy Kangethe followed suit. Seems like mass layoffs are the way to go nowadays. Cost of operating business nowaday is too high.
 

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It's normal attrition just that it is a company in the public eye so we get to hear of it more than we would of any other
 

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