Lynda Ddane Quits Radio City to Join KFM

Ddane will effective Monday 1st March 2021 be hosting KFM’s D’hook, a daily show running from 10am to 3pm.

CELEBRITY TRACK: Renowned media personality Lynda Uwamahoro commonly known as Lynda Ddane has called it quits at Bugollobi based Radiocity to join Namuwongo based KFM, The Daily Express has learnt.

Ddane has been a co-host on Radio City’s morning show with Joel Ndugwa and Rhoda Ngonzi.

Ddane will effective Monday 1st March 2021 be hosting KFM’s D’hook, a daily show running from 10am to 3pm.

D’Hook has for several years been hosted by Freddie Sakura.

The excited bootilicious NTV presenter took to her social platforms to say good-bye to her Radiocity fans before thanking the amazing team that worked alongside her everyday.

“Goodbye to the best colleagues I ever had! What an amazing bonding we shared. You made me look forward to coming into the office every morning.” Ddane wrote.

Below is her official statement after quitting Radiocity;

Hours later, KFM put out a statement indicating that the TV and radio personality will be joining their team as a host on the ‘D’Hook show starting March 1, 2021.

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“Lynda Ddane will be your host for the mid morning show D’Hook on KFM starting March 1st,” reads part of the statement issued by KFM.

Lynda further stated that her time at Radio City has been worth the effort.

“All the early mornings were worth it and rose a light in me each day. You are indeed remarkable people whom I have greatly enjoyed working with,” she wrote.

The 26 year old did not state the reason as to why she left the station but with the new gig at KFM, Chimp Corps can reliably say greener pastures are in sight for Lynda.

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About Lynda Ddane’s Career

Lynda Ddane joined UBC TV in 2015 after working pro bono on Urban TV’s campus 101.  While at UBC, Ddane was cohosting the Jam with Calvin the Entertainer where she rocked screens in the mentioned music show from Monday to Friday.

Ddane later quit UBC for the Serena-based NTV where she is currently co-hosting NTV the Beat, a daily music show running in the evening hours. She also works on NTV Dance Party every Saturday alongside other young talented entertainment gurus.

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