Jahmby Koikai hilariously relives the day she attended an audition for the vernacular radio station: “Kisapere si Rahisi” Kenya News


  • Jahmby Koikai shared a hilarious incident that happened a few years ago when she went to audition at a vernacular radio station
  • According to Jahmby, it had never occurred to her that Kikuyu is only easy when he asks a debtor for money until she tries to present it.
  • She revealed the performance was so disappointing that she returned home knowing she had failed

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Media personality Fyah Mummah Jahmby Koikai shared a hilarious part of his life that most of his fans ignore; a foiled interview on a vernacular radio station.

Jahmby Koikai is an MC and presenter of reggae. Photos: Fyah Mummah Jahmby.
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She said she had been unemployed for six years when a job offer at a vernacular station came up.

She decided that even though she had never done something like this, she was going to pass the auditions.

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“Hey, let me tell you, folks, speaking in the vernacular is only easy when you ask a debtor for your money, otherwise it’s hard to present it,” she said.

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She added that when her time came, she was asked to do a demo for a reggae show, which took her by surprise because she was looking to become a news anchor.

Disappointing performance

As her mind was determined to get the job done, she cleared her throat and took the stage, all the studio lights on her.

“As I stood there, I imagined how my grandmother and mother would laugh out loud if they saw me doing this, but I needed to hurry,” she continued.

Jahmby went ahead to emulate the vernacular words she used to demo, which was a disappointing performance even for her.

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She explained that they never returned to her, but life continued where she is right now.

Jahmby is a living testimony

Jahmby’s life can be compared to a medical miracle, having made a comeback on the radio after being out of the spotlight for six years.

It was a time when she was in and out of the hospital that saw her undergo various surgeries for endometriosis.

Her fans welcomed her back to the industry by thanking God for seeing her through the health crisis.

Source: Tuko.co.ke


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