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End of the road for Flavia Tumusiime and Capital FM

Media personality Flavia Tumusiime has revealed how her 16 year journey with the AM-PM show on 91.3 Capital FM Uganda has ended.

Taking her to social media pages, Flavia revealed that the 31st of August 2022 will be her last day on the radio show she’s hosted since 2006.

She proceeded to thank Capital FM which despite her tender teenage years decided to gamble on her and give her an opportunity.

And the risk did pay off as the radio program turned out the best midmorning show countrywide.

Also to thank for Flavia was the listeners who have undoubtedly been her biggest pillar in propelling her to media success.

The good news, for her listeners and fans is that however this is not the end for her on the radio station.

She promised to be back on another role sooner than most think.

“Good morning.

Tomorrow 31st August will be my final show at Capital FM for the mid morning show. Its been a life and a carer changing experience for me since 2006.

The time has come again for me to stretch my potential and see what else I can become.

They took a teenager with excitement and passion and empowered me to be the best.
Allow the humble brag that we pulled the best English midmorning show in the country consistently these years. Bravo!

Thank you for the patience, guidance and tremendous support over the years.

To my best friends and companions on the show, the LISTENER, I’m lost for words. Thank you for accepting me and connecting with me for so long and allowing me grow over the years.

This is the end of the road for me on the midmorning show BUT certainly not the end for me CAPITAL FM UGANDA. I’ll be back in another capacity sooner than you think,” read Flavia’s post.

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