Renowned sports presenter Japheth Kahindi famously known as ‘Makanaki’ is set to lock horns with his fast upcoming sports opponent Hajj Kibwanga in a new sports program at Sauti ya Pwani FM.
The fast growing Mombasa based radio station is restructuring and is set to give the already existing Coast based radio stations tough times ahead.
Makanaki and Kibwanga will host their debut ‘Mchakamchaka’ sports show to be aired every Saturday between 3pm and 5 pm and daily sports news during week days.
Sauti ya Pwani FM has once again punished Radio Salaam by destabilising its sports segment since Makanaki and Kibwanga are termed as sports giants with rich experience that would entice any sports lover to stay tuned.
[Top sports presenter Japhet Kahindi ‘Makanaki’. Photo/ Courtesy].
The two giants no doubt will shake other sports shows in the highly competitive radio broadcast sector at the Coast.
The Islamic and secular radio station broadcasting in the Coast region has embarked on restructuring after the entrance of Sammy Mwaura who graced Chanja Maswala talk show at Baraka FM for over two years.
Mwaura in a top managerial position carried along with him Luthfia Bakari who hosts Sauti ya Pwani breakfast show alongside top radio personality Solomon Zully.
The fast growing radio station is also the home of former Radio Salaam top news anchor Zubeda Farid.
[The young talented Sports presenter Hajj Kibwanga at a past sports event. Photo/Courtesy].
Makanaki and Kibwanga who have paired extremely well at Radio Salaam take to Sauti ya Pwani FM a fresh breath to the new sports desk, no doubt the two sports giants adds to the team fresh energy in sports presentation and are headed for a milestone.
Makanaki, a renowned sports reporters, editor and live commentator while Kibwanga a young talented sports reporter, presenter, editor and live commentator no doubt Sauti ya Pwani FM will give other regional radio stations run for their money.
When approached for comments the Station manager Mr. Sammy Mwaura said they are ready to beat the tough competition in the radio industry specifically at the Coast.
“We are not done yet, we have to realign ourselves with the current Coast market, the competition is stiff and we are not lagging behind,” he noted.