• Jalang'o is not planning to quit radio for good since he is very passionate about being in the entertainment scene.
Kiss FM Radio Presenter Jalang'o is counting days to dropping the mic in order to focus on his Langata parliamentary bid.
The comedian is expected to retire from hosting the Morning Kiss in February. This is in accordance with the Media Council rules that require a journalist vying for a political seat to resign 6 months to the polls.
However, Jalang'o is not planning to quit radio for good since he is very passionate about being in the entertainment scene.
In an exclusive interview with Kiss, Jalang'o revealed that in case he loses the Langata parliamentary seat, he will be back in the studio.
"In my life, I have never done anything that I have to lose. God forbid...if I lose, is that the end of the world? We pick up from where we left and move on. I have even been made to sign a very hard contract here...that if I lose, the next day I will be in the studio," Jalang'o said.
The comedian further divulged that if he succeeds in his political mission, he will keep the entertainment fire burning in parliament.
"One thing I am not going to leave is entertainment. I love entertainment, I wish I could still come back and do my radio and go to bunge. Being a leader should not change who you are. I still love hosting events, why should i stop? I am going to multitask," he said.