Brian Mulondo is a renowned TV and Radio Host; He is a Prime Time News Anchor, Voice Artist, Social Media Influencer, Video Producer, Emcee and Media Entrepreneur with experience spanning 15years. He started his TV career in 2003 with a lifestyle TV show called Better Living which aired on NTV for one season. He was later chosen as the presenter for Trick stars, where he showcased different ways drifters use to con people of their money and property. Trick stars which aired on Sundays at 7:30pm made Brian a household name was chosen by MTN as its Uganda Brand Ambassador for the World Cup 2010.

Brian Mulondo joined Morning at NTV as a pioneer host, this show was rated the leading Breakfast Experience on Ugandan Television

His remarkable delivery on Morning at NTV earned Brian Mulondo Prime Time News Anchor role in November 2016 with Josephine Karungi.

In April 2017 Brian Mulondo joined Kampala’s No.1 FM Station 93.3 on the station’s premium breakfast show D’Mighty Breakfast. He co-hosts the show with Maritza.



Maritza, popularly known as Mama K’la, is an eccentric, articulate and artsy media personality, blogger and spoken word artist who uses her gift of the gab to explore and share experiences as a millennial in Uganda. Maritza currently co-hosts D’Mighty Breakfast on 93.3 KFM with Brian Mulondo. She has been the host of Evoke Uganda’s Evoke Night since Season 1. Her sense of humour and hip style is guaranteed to light up any situation thrown her way.

Maritza was born and raised in Uganda, where she went to an International High School that exposed her to diverse cultures which influenced the woman she is today. She has an International Baccalaureate Diploma and went to Law School at Cavendish University Uganda. Maritza came onto the entertainment scene as a spoken word artist and host of the longest-running poetry platform Open Mic Uganda, and only a year later landed a job on prime time radio. She has also hosted and produced two TV shows and is a resourceful events coordinator and host.


Lynda Ddane

Lynda Ddane is dubbed “the queen of happiness” because of her bright smile that never seems to leave her face.
She is a jolly, playful, flamboyant, impulsive and talkative yet peaceful, well-spoken, articulate, overly
cautious, hands on, experimental, hardworking and generous young lady.
She is also a TV presenter at NTV Uganda on the shows, NTV The Beat & NTV DanceParty, a
content creator, digital marketer and influencer.
Lynda started her journey in media on Urban TV doing Campus 101. This was short-lived as she
crossed over to UBC TV doing media training and a mid-morning show called Jam101 with Calvin
Da Entertainer. Later she joined NTV Uganda in May 2019 and 933 KFM in 2021 where she
presents D’hook on weekdays from 10am to 3pm.
What people don’t know about Lynda is she is a born again Christian (who credits God at every
step). She is addicted to tea, loves cartoons, and she is also an adrenaline junkie with interests and
previous participation in racing and being part of fraternities like German Car club Ug, Street Racers
Ug and of late affiliation with Fulcrum Racing Uganda. She is a bit a tomboy and has a somewhat
unhidden addiction to sneakers, gadgets and cars.


Doreen is a God-fearing woman and proud to be a Mukiiga. She is a free spirit, more like what you see is what you get – take it or leave it.  She loves to laugh and joke away. Doreen can sometimes be skeptical and self-aware, sometimes too cautious about herself, and quite concerned about her appearance.

On the whole, though, she is humorous, kind and one who empathises with people. Doreen is a lover of beauty, very trusting and loves to chill, sing, swim, read, watch movies and party. She may come off as tough and quiet but she is friendly so all you have to do is say, “hello” and you will get a good conversation going. You only need to catch her on the K-Zone from 6.00 pm to 10.00 pm to find out.



What most people don’t know is that Phyllis is an accountant by profession, turned radio presenter because of the love she has for radio. So although numbers are part of her profession, she went after what she loves. After a few years as a radio presenter, she left to do business but one year down the road she was drawn back to radio.

Phyllis loves music. One of the reasons she really wanted to work at KFM was because of the kind of music the station played. KFM was one of her favourite radio stations as a listener. This is why she is super-happy to be a presenter, taking you through HEART AND SOUL every Sunday from 6.00 am to 10.00 am. It makes her feel good to realise that in life, we can get what we want if we put our passion and mind into it.

Phyllis is a loving person and is obsessed with keeping her waist small. Her favourite food is g.nut sauce mixed with dry fish and Kalo. (what a Mixture) she claims that if she were food, she would want to be roasted g.nuts, crunchy and tasty. The lady is simply obsessed with g.nuts!


Rebecca Nantale Katagaya aka Becky 

Becky has been in the radio broadcasting business for 12 years now and has skills in sound production, music selection, public speaking, voice acting, creative writing, social networking, events and content management, TV hosting and communications. She is a celebrated professional that was awarded HIT radio personality of 2015 and nominated in multiple categories and awards for her work on social media. Becky has co-hosted Fasi Fas! a 25-minute television talk show hosted by UN Women, her contribution to advocacy for women. She has also moderated panels like the Social Media Summit of 2018 by Konrad Adeneur Stiftung (KAS).

Becky also has experience in social work that spans over nine years dealing with children with disabilities, women and the elderly. She is an avid lover of books, food, film, the arts, fashion, travel, conversation, dance, interior decor, landscaping, God and people. She is a word connoisseur, and a certified “Grammar Nazi” with no tolerance for badly written work. She has also served as a children’s church facilitator and youth worker at her church and you can catch her vivaciously indomitable self on 933 KFM, Monday to Friday on the turbo charged K-Drive from 3pm to 7pm.

James Peterson

93.3 KFM’s K-Drive host James Peterson is a lively, out-going guy with a bizarre talent for rubbing people the wrong way.

What most people don’t know about James is that he started out as a rapper in his teens in Riverside County, California where he was born. One thing led to another and he’s been “in total control” of the airwaves… Seriously. You need to listen to him from 4.00pm to 6.00pm every Monday to Friday. As for the celebrities he’s interviewed, there are many! These include the likes of Rihanna, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kiefer Sutherland (Jack Bauer) – probably one of the hardest interviews he remembers doing, so far).

James has also interviewed politicians like Jacob Oulanya, Kizza Besigye, Olara Otunnu, as well as local and regional musicians Kevin Wyre, AY, Nazizi, Peter Miles, Cindy and Angella Katatumba. When James is not behind the mic, he is helping his dad Simon Peterson with audio production at their Radio Active Production studios. James also dabbles in a bit of writing for The Daily Monitor.

So what drives James? Well, a passion to talk and be heard. But that does not beat his passion for music, so much so that he would rather talk less and play more music (which he views as a form of escapism from the daily troubles of the world).

Outside the radio world, James loves movies, and there is a special place in his heart for video games. It’s often said he will probably die with a controller in his hands. He also is pretty much addicted to electronic gizmos and a desire to find the ultimate expression of freedom and creativity.



Probably one of the most hilarious guys in the building, there’s never a dull moment with Patrick. He got a Bachelors degree in Commerce at Makerere University, Patrick did not get into radio by mistake. He knew he wanted to be a radio presenter right from childhood. Even when his parents forced him to study Commerce, he knew deep inside that that was not where he belonged. And so he found his way, behind the mic. His life is incomplete without sports.

Catch him every day Mon-Friday with live sports updates in the morning on D’Mighty Breakfast at 7:35am and 8:35am, on the K-Drive at 3:35pm and 5:35pm then on Saturday for the weekly round of KFM SPORTS from 11am to 1pm alongside Ishamael Dhakaba Kigongo and Elvis Senono.

Elvis Senono



Ishamael Dhakaba Kigongo

What most people do not know about him though, is that he loves music and movies almost in equal measure (as sports). He also interests himself in current affairs, politics and business which explains many of his posts on social media platforms. Follow him @PatriqKanyomozi on Twitter, patriqkanyomozi on Instagram and like his page Patriq Kanyomozi on Facebook.