Hot96 radio has tapped one if it’s employees to host a morning show on Saturdays.

Cynthia Waithera Mwangi, who doubles up as the head of radio at the Royal Media Services owned station, will be presenting “The Morning after” show from 6am-10am.

Ms Mwangi said the show will be about infotainment, with the aim of igniting conversations among Kenyans.

“It’s an infotainment show. As the name suggests, it’s the morning after…after a long week, you want to start your weekend relaxed, with great music and great conversations,” she said.

“We won’t have any guests. However, we hope to incorporate stories from people across Africa who’ve conquered great adversity to reach their goals.”

Ms Mwangi noted that her new role will not affect her position as the station manager nor producer of the ‘Hot Breakfast’ show hosted by Jeff Koinange and Prof. Hamo.

“This doesn’t affect my position in any way. I’m still the station manager, shows producer and now radio host. The thing about RMS is we don’t shy away from growing talent we allow people to pursue their passions whatever they are and this is one of my passions I am pursuing,” Ms Mwangi told Pulse Live.

On social media, the newest presenter in town wrote: “A journey of a thousand miles starts with one step. Here is my first step….stepping out to a new challenge. Join me on my new journey, let’s learn, laugh, dance, do it all on this journey. Saturday mornings are for good music and great conversations don’t you agree?”