Classic 105 has lost yet another radio presenter. Tina Kaggia has left the Radio Africa owned station just a few weeks after Nick Odhiambo also left. Nick who was a popular figure due to his deep voice and funny jokes left the station to join Radio Maisha which is owned by The Standard Group. He is now on the breakfast show alongside Alex Mwakideu.

Tina Kaggia has been a presenter for Classic 105 for some time now and when she disappeared from the airwaves we noticed it. She had been on the mid-morning show at Classic FM but when she went for a break she never came back. She was replaced by the then evening show presenter Mimi Kamiss. Mimi Kamiss has been overseeing the mid-morning show on Classic FM for a while now and it was a sign that Tina Kaggia was finally moving on.

This morning however her sweet voice has taken over another Urban radio station in Nairobi. This time she takes over the breakfast show at 1 FM.Tina Kaggia seems to have joined the morning elites.

The battle for breakfast shows on Kenyan radios is becoming even more interesting. The morning audience has been overwhelming and most Radio stations in Kenya are banking on that. Jeff Koinange and Jalango have taken over at Hot 96, Nick Odhiambo and Alex Mwakideu are rulling Radio Maisha, Maina and Kingangi are still representing women on Classic 105 while other radio stations battle it out for fans.

Tina Kaggia is the latest entry into the morning radio shows battle for fans.