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Bina Baibe joins Radio 4 after Dembe Fm closure

Bina Baibe in the studios of 103.3 Radio 4 (Photo/Courtesy)

Kampala, (UG):- Celebrated Radio presenter and show host, Robina Mbabazi Mulera popularly known as Bina Baibe has officially joined 103.3 Radio 4, a Ntinda-based radio station owned by city businessman Dr Balaam Barugahara Ateenyi.

Radio 4’s Station Manager, Adam Kungu revealed the development in a post via X (formerly Twitter) on Thursday affirming that the fast-rising station had acquired the services of Biba Baibe, a deep-voiced radio legend who joins in to host the mid-morning show at the station.

“Your Mid-Mornings are now sorted. The radio giant is in. I welcome the great, the big, and the unmatched Bina Baibe to 103.3 FM Radio 4,” said Adam Kungu, before reaffirming in a separate interview that Bina’s acquisition is a huge addition to one of the leading radio stations in the country.

“She is exactly what Radio 4 wanted, a perfect fit for the needs and demands of our listeners. Her big following, experience, and most importantly, her attachment to her fans and listeners are the other factors we considered,” Kungu emphasized of the recruitment.

“Bina’s work and ability speak for itself, and do, we only promise the best,” he added.

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DailyExpress has however established that Bina Baibe who joins Radio 4 after Dembe FM’s dissolution will lead the Mid-Morning show, with Tinah Nangonzi joining in as a co-host.

Bina Baibe spent over 20 years at Nation Media Group’s Dembe FM until its dissolution early this year where she hosted Mubeezi, the mid-morning show airing from 9 am to 1pm on weekdays.

Before joining Dembe FM, she had worked with Uganda Broadcasting Corporation, formerly UTV and Radio Uganda, as a teens’ show presenter.

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Bina Babie is the firstborn in a family of five children. She went to Lugogo Nursery School, Kitante Primary School, and Trinity College Nabbingo. She completed high school at St. Joseph Naggalama in Mukono District, central Uganda.



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