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NUP top job open as Kanyomozi quits KFM

By Davis Mugabi

On Friday morning, veteran sports scribe, Patriq Kanyomozi announced that he signed out of Namwongo based Daily Monitor owned radio station 93.3 KFM, after 13 years.

“Retirement is here, onto the next chapter,” said Kanyomozi.

The timing of his retirement from radio has however caused excitement within the National Unity Platform (NUP) party, especially at a time when the largest Opposition political party (by representation in Parliament) literally has no Spokesperson.

Joel Ssenyonyi (MP, Nakawa West) was NUP Spokesperon until his recent appointment as the Leader of Opposition in Parliament. Ssenyonyi, too, was poached from the Nationa Media Group (NMG), the parent company of KFM.

Kanyomozi has literally been an unappointed Spokesperson of NUP, especially on X.

It remains to be seen, if Kanyomozi will take up the job, or will simply go into something else.

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