The Sunday News
Nigel Siziba, Sunday Life Reporter
RADIO host TKP says she has no hard feelings after leaving Skyz Metro FM “all of a sudden” last week.
The multi-talented artiste, real name Sandisiwe Dube, also known as Ndlunkulu, said while it was sad to leave the station as she enjoyed promoting Bulawayo artistes, there was no bad blood between her and her former employer.
“It is sad but personally I think it was time to move on and do other things and talking about the shows at Skyz Metro, I had presented almost all the shows and I loved every one of them. I never knew that people of Bulawayo love me this much because artistes have been sending me messages especially about my show Yebo Saturday which I had dedicated to Bulawayo music and there has never been a show like that in Zimbabwe. I hope someone who will take over will understand what the people of Bulawayo want,” she said.
Asked on her next destination she said:
“Firstly I was already TKP before I came to Skyz Metro. I had already been nominated in some national awards and already I am working on something with Dj Colastraw and Dj Cairo from Botswana and South Africa and for the next few weeks I will dedicate more time to my foundation Uthando leNhlonipho,” said TKP.
She also said Skyz Metro played a major role in terms of building her brand.
“I can proudly say Skyz Metro nurtured me because they gave me that platform to touch more lives and I even went to the extent of talking to people off air, listening to their problems and trying all the best to come up with solutions for them,” she said.
The songbird also had parting words to her fans.
“I didn’t know that you love me this much and I never knew that many people will be so touched by my departure, but it’s not the end of life, all those looking for me I am available in all my social media platforms and can you continue supporting Skyz –Metro. I am also working on a nice TV programme,” she said.