Toke Makinwa Announces Retirement From Radio


Media personality and host, Toke Makinwa has quit radio broadcasting after 12 long years of having a booming career.

The OAP made this known via her Instagram page with a heartfelt video of her last day at work.

“This has taken me so long to share but here we go. Guys, it has been 12 years since my first day on radio, and I finally take a bow. It’s been the most exciting 12 years of my life. (So many memories), I joined as a rookie and now I can say I’m leaving as a seasoned broadcaster,”

Makinwa further announced her plan to begin a podcast following her exit from radio.

“As the queen of talk, I’ll like to take you all on a new journey, please come with me. For some it’s not so new so I’ll say an elevated phase. Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce you to #TMPod. TokeMoments has joined @eggcorndigital @eggcornpodcastnetwork and we can’t wait to show you the new elevated Toke moments. Stay Tuned. #podcast #nigerianpodcast.” she wrote.

Toke Makinwa, 37, is also an actress, author and vlogger.

She starred in Play Networks’ Glamour Girls, playing the role of “Lulu”, a lead role in the movie.

She is the host of Showmax’ Original talk show on trending gist from the Big Brother Naija show, titled, “The Buzz”.

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