Legendary radio presenter Alex Ndawula returns to airwaves

Alex Ndawula retired from his radio duties last year.

Celebrated radio presenter Alex Ndawula has announced a return to the airwaves, a year after announcing his retirement.
Ndawula, who has more than 20 years of experience on radio, is set to join Ntinda-based Jazz FM, and co-host an evening show with another veteran presenter, Christine Mawadri, next week.
“Christine and I are starting a show, Evening Drive on Jazz FM. Mixes will be included with a contempo jazz feel (by the way, I am relatively up to date) with old skool,” Ndawula posted on his Facebook page.
The appearance is a reunion for the duo who rocked the Capital FM airwaves in the 1990s and 2000s with the famous morning show, where they were later joined by Oualanyah Columbus. The trio were for several years voted the best breakfast show team.
Ndawula also later presented the Evening Drive and the Dance Force on Saturdays.
Mawadri, after leaving Capital FM, joined Monitor FM, now KFM, from where she later joined Zuku TV as the country director. She is now the Jazz FM station manager.
Ndawula began his radio career at Sanyu FM in 1993 and later joined Capital FM in 1994.

Christine Mawadri rocked the airwaves in the early FM years with Alex before taking the backbench into administration: NET PHOTOS



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