Sharing the news on Tuesday, the media personality informed netizens during his last on-air show that he is transitioning back to an English Radio station after 4 years on a Swahili station.
“Today’s my final RHUMBA show on air after 4years at @radiomaisha !did I ever think I’d switch to Swahili radio? NOPE, but the opportunity came and I took it. transitioning back to English radio in a few days tupige sherehe leo buuuuuurrrdan is burrrdaaan #PapaNickYeboooo!” shared Nick Odhiambo.#ClubRhumba alongside DJ Darius and DJ Works, from 7pm to 10pm (Monday to Friday).
The Legendary Titi Nagwalla is set to replace Odhiambo, and he is scheduled to debut on Radio Maisha with a rebranded Rhumba show called #RhumbaRepublik.
Before he was laid off, Titi previously worked with Milele FM.
Nick Odhiambo reportedly joined Radio Maisha in May 2017, after resigning at Classic 105, where he had worked for 10 years where he used to host a show dubbed #LarryNickandFriends.
“10 years and 6months is a really long time. Today is our last #LarryNickandFriends show!!!!! @classic105,” Nick posted.
The family man shot to prominence in the media industry thanks to his strong voice. As a voice-over artist, Nick has worked with many producers to advertise various products including various local shows like NTV’s Auntie Boss and NTV’s XYZ show, casting as Keff Joinambe.