• Jals is one of the most sought after media personality due to his influence 

• Jalas resigned form Kiss 100 to join politics back in February and won the Lang'ata seat in August 

who says he has rejected 6 job offers to get back on radio
Jalang'o who says he has rejected 6 job offers to get back on radio who says he has rejected 6 job offers to get back on radio
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Lang’ata Member of Parliament (MP) Jalang’o has turned down 6 job offers that need him back on the radio.

Speaking in a recent interview, Jalas detailed that employers still admire his work ethic and that’s why they always want o associate with him.

The legislator mentioned that his biggest score is hard work and that’s why he will always be of value to any brand that seeks his services.

“It’s like 6 radio stations. When you know what you do and how hard you work and employers know that you are somebody who puts time… you know our generation

"Any time you are given work to do, give it 100 percent, work hard and employers will always love you. There are so many radio stations who would still want me today, to have me back on air because they know 6:00 am every morning I will always be there to start the work," he told Eve Mungai.

The funnyman seems to have mastered the art of pushing himself beyond his limits to pursue his dreams.

He kicked started his radio career at Kiss 100 before he left to join Standard Group-owned station radio Maisha.

He worked at Radio Maisha with Alex Mwakideu for a few years before Royal Media’s Hot 96 came calling.

He left the station to join Jeff Koinange on the Breakfast show. He stayed at the radio station for almost two years before he was poached by Milele FM.

At Milele he reunited with his former colleague and friend Alex Mwakideu. They worked together until 2020 when the Covid pandemic checked in.

He exit Mediamax unceremoniously and within a short period, he rejoined Kiss 100 when his radio journey began.

He left Kiss in February 2022 to join the political world and in August he won the Lang’ata parliamentary seat.

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