Switch TV presenter and Chat spot host, Nzula Makosi has called it quits at the station hardly months since she joined the team.
The beauty announced her exit as the month of August kicked in. Her reason being the need to focus on other personal projects than demand maximum attention.
She bid fans goodbye airing:
So this week is my last on #ChatSpot
I have been trying to find the right words for this post for the past month but there’s no easy way to say this… It’s time for me to move on with other projects that need my… https://t.co/aHYqHxJbOm
— Nzula Makosi (@NzulaMakosi) July 29, 2019
I have decided to take up other challenges. Thank you for the love, support and encouragement…. So now let’s make the best out of the remaining days It’s not the end of the road for me it’s the beginning of a new CHAPTER. Thank you and God bless.
And for the love:
Thank you everyone for the kind words. I’m going through your comments and I’ll try respond to all but as I stated in the post I’m involved with somethings that are very time consuming and this break is inevitable.
Her media home, Switch TV also shared her exit with fans on social media posting:
— Switch TV Kenya (@switchtvkenya) August 1, 2019
Saddened fans were still out to applaud her for the good work already done and wish her the very best in her future engagements.
All the best to her; may God guide her as she pursues her endeavours. #ChatSpot!
Al the best Nzula I really love you,, u inspire me alot all miss you… All the best
I wish you well in your endeavors,I love you nzula 😘.it’s hard to see you leaving chatspot,mukamba takwà
all the best Nzula wherever you’l lead to
Before joining the youthful TV station, Nzula worked with Milele FM, co-hosting ´Milele FM Drive´ show alongside comedian Otoyo before quitting in March 2018.
Previously she co-hosted ´Bangaiza´ show with Allan Wakori.
The radio presenter also worked for Baraka FM where she got tagged as one of the prettiest Coast female presenters.
We are unsure whether the media personality secured herself something greener, probably this is in relation with the Kenya Red Cross Society-owned station´s plight.
Furthermore, this comes barely 2 weeks since the station embarked on a retrenching journey of its staff basing on fact that they were over-staffed.
Therefore, facing the challenge of paying salaries on time, according to one management source.
Nzula becomes the 3rd presenter to exit the station after Remmy Majala and Leah Ngari.