Kiligo, who is known to many as Alibaba, will be hosting alongside Massawe Japanni, in a mid-morning show called Bustani.
The radio presenter announced the career move on his Instagram page when he asked his followers to tune into the station.
â€œWork mode activated. Tuko na Massawe Japanni ndani ya #Bustani hapa Radio Jambo. Tune in,â€ Kiligo stated.
At Milele FM, Alibaba hosted two shows; Rumba Oxygen and Reggae Zone.
The station has now lost three journalists to Radio Africa including; Joyce Gituro and Felix Odiwuor (Jalang’o). Jalang’o made a comeback at Kiss FM just days after he had quit Milele FM.
“I had differed with the management on my contract offer after Covid-19 affected media business,” Jalang’o stated.
In June this year, K24 TV, a subsidiary of Mediamax Network Limited fired all its newsroom staff in its broadcaster.
The former staffers had sued the station’s management declining to take a pay cut that the station was instituting as a cost-cutting measure.
Several other reporters who were shown the door from Kijabe Street-based station have charted paths in other media organisations.
Daniel Kariuki, one of the journalists who was dismissed, started a new job at KTN News as a reporter majoring on political stories.
His previous show at K24 TV was a segment on the station’s morning slot called Lishe Bora that centered around cooking.
Kariuki was joined at the Mombasa Road-based station by his former colleague at K24 TV Kimani Githuku.