Singer Juliana Kanyomozi has been out of the limelight for quite a while since she had gone into hibernation to give birth to her mystery baby who the world only got to know about, only after he was born a few months ago.
Now that she has safely made her come-back and is happily nursing her baby, the diva is slowly getting her groove back and getting the recognition she needs via her social media channels. In light with the new events that unfolded at Uganda’s oldest radio station, Sanyu FM where top management fired almost everyone over a sit down strike, the songbird has also weighed in her opinion on the matter.
She has advised the sacked 88.2 Sanyu FM employees to use the challenging times as a blessing and a wake up call to aim for bigger things since it might be the only way to rediscover themselves.
The Tooro princess who has also worked on radio before, spewed some sense when she shared her own experience as a radio presenter in light of the situation. This can be seen in a neatly penned thread that she shared on twitter.
"If you’re a Sanyu Fm employee, this might be the time for you to rediscover yourself, your other talents. Leaving Capital fm was one of the hardest decisions I ever had to make, I was comfortable with a guaranteed salary and other benefits," tweeted Juliana Kanyomozi."I wouldn’t have achieved half of what I have if I’d chosen the “safety” of being employed with a salary. A job with a salary is a good thing don’t get me wrong. But if you want to achieve bigger, sometimes you have to take that leap of faith."- she added
After quitting the i-jay where she sang alongside Iryn Namubiru, "Mama Taj" joined the radio business as as a presenter with Capital FM doing her gig with former Big Brother Africa housemate, Gaetano Kaggwa who's till now part of the station.
The "Zaabu" singer claims that though she still misses radio, she is forever thankful for making a brave decision of quitting the airwaves to join the music industry where she ended up also realizing her lifetime goals.
Photo Credit: Glim
Photo Credit: Glim