Milele Fm News anchor Omondi Job Onyango is set to walk down the aisle on Saturday at Voice of salvation and Healing Ministry at Buruburu, Nairobi.

Job is set to marry a lady identified as Naomi who by the look of things, is indeed beautiful.
He anchors news at the MediaMax owned radio station between 6 AM and 1 PM. He previously worked with Qwetu Radio which rebranded to Trace radio.

Image may contain: 1 person, sitting and outdoorNaomi (Photo Courtesy)

The famous Rumba station was acquired by French multimedia entertainment enterprise which inherited Qwetu Radio’s estimated 4% market share in Kenya’s urban music and entertainment niche.

Image may contain: Omondi Job Onyango, text that says '12AM TO NEWS AND SPOR EVERY DAY'Omondi Job Onyango (Photo Courtesy)

The move forced quite a number of journalists to lose jobs with others joining rival stations. Vincent Ateya, former Qwetu’s breakfast presenter joined Radio citizen in the same capacity with other scribes venturing in personal business.

Omondi has similarly worked at ATG radio as a news editor before rising to the ranks of being a senior anchor at Milele Fm.

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