Patrick Kanyomozi retires from radio after over 13 years at KFM

Kampala, (UG): Veteran Sports journalist and KFM radio show host, Patrick Kanyomozi Friday announced that he will be returning from radio presenting and active journalism after over 13 years at the Nation Media Group station.

Kanyomozi who says he started working on radio during his S.6 Vacation aired his very last show on Friday morning before announcing the news of his retirement to his favourite listeners.

In a statement released via his X account, Kanyomozi who at the time of his retirement was the Sports Producer and Presenter noted that he leaves a contented man having achieved his childhood dream.

“I made my final appearance on 933kfm this morning as I retire from radio and active journalism. I leave a very contented man because, from a very young age, all I ever wanted to do was to be a Radio Presenter,” Kanyomozi remarked.

He added; “I was lucky to get my first radio job in my S6 vacation and never looked back. I have lived my dream. I give glory to the most high.”

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The veteran journalist started his work on radio as a news reader during his S.6 vacation. He later moved to Prime Radio and then joined KFM around 2008.’

Kanyomozi sounded grateful for the support he has received from everyone during his journey as a journalist and the listeners who have always listened to his shows.

“I am very grateful to everyone who gave me a hand on my radio and journalism journey. To everyone I have worked with or alongside, thank you,” he partly writes.

“To the listeners, thank you so much, without you I wouldn’t be where I am. Retirement is here, onto the next chapter…,” he adds.

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Congratulations on a job well done Kanyomizi, you leave behind a forest of presenters you inspired alongside your illustrious sports journalism career!

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