Veteran media personality and Mwasuze Mutya show host, Ruth Kalibbala called it a wrap at the Serena Hotel-based media outlet Spark TV/NTV.

The news concerning Kalibbala quitting the show was shared by Kasuku who is her close friend and former co-host on Dembe FM’s Twezimbe show that always aired from Monday to Friday on a daily.

He made the revelation as he disclosed that they are planning on starting a show that would air daily on Kasuku Live YouTube channel proposing a time between 10 am to 2 pm.

Kasuku went ahead to note that since Kalibbala is now off TV, they are available as a combination for hire to any media outlet that would like to employ both of them as a duo but urged the employees to make sure that salary is juicy.

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He further confessed that he has never felt as comfortable and happy to while working with Kalibbala compared the several individuals that he has worked with for the 13 years he has been media practioner.

Kasuku and Ruth Kalibbala blend pretty well and their chemistry on air makes them a sought after duo that no employee wouldn’t love to hire their services.

Ruth Kablibbala joined Spark TV as Faridah Nakazibwe’s replacement after the latter quit the show to focus on her own ventures after serving for a period of 17 years. Nakazibwe recently left the country and reported relocated to Canada in pursue for greener pastures.

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