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Patrick Kanyomozi Leaves KFM After 13 Years of Service



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After 13 years of dedicated service, Patrick Kanyomozi, the President of the Uganda Sports Press Association, bid farewell to KFM, the Namuwongo-based Nation Media Group radio station.

The co-host of KFM’s K-Drive show made the announcement of his departure via social media, expressing gratitude to colleagues, including @lingric and @Akeda4, and reflecting on a fulfilling career that began during his S6 vacation.

Known as a pioneer in Ugandan sports journalism, Kanyomozi joined KFM in December 2008, leaving behind a legacy from his previous roles at Prime Radio .

Patrick Kanyomozi, previously worked at UBC TV , Kwese and NTV Uganda as Sports analyst.

As he embarks on the next chapter in his journey, he thanked listeners for their support and signed off with “One love.”

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