Switch TV Presenter Joyce Omondi Quits

  • Switch TV presenter Joyce Omondi has left the station after almost two years hosting the Full Circle show.  

    On her Instagram page, Omondi announced that Friday, December 11 would be her last show at the station. 

    “Grateful. Thankful. Blessed,” she wrote on her Instagram page.

    Media personalities Joyce Omondi (L) and Mwikali Mary (R) pose for a photo

    Media personalities Joyce Omondi (L) and Mwikali Mary (R) pose for a photo


    The station wished her well and announced that Chat spot host Mwikali Mary will be taking over as the host of Full Circle.

    “Without change, there is no innovation, creativity, incentive or improvement. The curtain finally closes today but the show must go on with Mwikali Mary as the new host of Full Circle. We thank you Joyce Omondi for being part of Switch TV,” read a statement posted on social media.

    Through her show, the media personality steered honest, authentic and inspiring conversations, with the most popular slot being her relationship segment with clinical psychologist Benjamin Zulu.

    The gospel musician joined the station in January 2019 after a six-year-media break.

    Previously, she was part of the Kubamba crew at Citizen TV, where she hosted the Rauka show.

    She later left the show to pursue her Master’s Degree in the US before she came back in 2015 for her wedding.

    Meanwhile, media personality Joey Muthengi has also quit Capital FM’s The Jam show.

    Through an announcement on Friday morning, December 11, Muthengi stated that she would be proceeding on a long break and would be back after the hiatus. 

    “I just want to thank you all so much for embracing me on Capital FM. I will no longer be on that particular show but your support has meant the world to me,” she stated.


    Joey Muthengi at Capital FM studios on November 13, 2020


Ndungu Jay

Jay is a content creator at with more than a year's experience in digital media. Armed with a Degree in Computer Science from Jomo Kenyatta University of agriculture and technology and an article already appeared on a US publication's website, he is exploring his chances of climbing up the Kenyan digital media ladder with a special focus on viral enriching content.
0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Back to top button
WP Twitter Auto Publish Powered By :
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x