Holy Dave Quits Citizen TV

Gospel artist and emcee HolyDave has announced that he will no longer be the host of Citizen TV’s Bambika Show.

He made the announced via his social media saying that he needs time to complete his thesis research for his PhD. Hoy Dave also took time to appreciate the team that he was working with for the past three years and noted that it brought him opportunities for growth.

After careful consideration and soul-searching, I have made the decision to take a break from hosting #Bambika on Citizen TV. The past 3 years have brought opportunities for growth and I am grateful. I am very appreciative of the incredible team I have had the pleasure of working with. I am also thankful for all my supporters; both online and in the many counties I have traversed. Thank you for your constant love and encouragement.

New reports, however, he has left the show for good citing that he was working on something else that he described as “big”, The gospel artist said that he only announced the departure as a break so as to ease the show’s followers into the unexpected news.

Holy Dave

Holy Dave mentioned that it was difficult working on his project and maintain his role in the Bambika Show which required 4 working days of the week. While he did not reveal what his plans were, he only mentioned that he was looking to empower the youth in Kenya.

He surprised Kenyans when he confessed to juggling seven jobs. Aside from his job as a presenter, Holy Dave was running Muthengi foundation, served as an adjunct lecturer, an emcee, a professional financial consultant, and running a mentorship program.

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