She’s one of the most tenacious, innovative, interesting and most listened to radio personalities in East Africa. The football fraternity adores her. But did you know that Carol has gone through a lot in her life to reach where she is today?

The inspiring presenter of Classic 105’s Kick-Off and Kiss 100’s The Score took to social media on Friday to appreciate her family and especially her mum in this touching message. She has had to endure losing her close family members to cancer at various stages of her life.


“This photo of Mum and her boys was taken in 1986. 6 months later (15-5-87 – 28 years today) my brother George (blue jeans) died of cancer. My elder brother Robert passed on in 1998 and my dad on 19-5-2013 (cancer) Today the Radull girls celebrate their lives. I often wonder what my brothers would have become in life and I miss them terribly. I miss Dad too but I know they are resting in peace; and watching over us. Mother’s Day may have been five days ago, but I celebrate Mum everyday. She’s had a tough life losing her boys but she remains strong and loving. Thank you Mum.”

To raise awareness on the deadly disease, she currently is a major supporter of Eddah’s Hope Cancer Foundation.