An interview with Capital FM Radio DJ Molo

He goes by the name of Molo and is one of the most exciting voices and music selectors on Capital FM radio. Kimpho Loka caught up with him to find out how it is like being a broadcaster and a part of Capital FM.

Tell us about your name, Molo.

All my friends call me Molo. Ladies call me Handsome. Just kidding. My full name is actually Molhowelhe Gwembere. So Molo is just a short form of my first name.

What’s fascinating about radio?

With Radio you can be anyone you want to be. It’s nice to put a smile on someone’s face, and to play music that people enjoy. The connection with a listener is priceless.

Molo: I am thrilled when people give me feedback about my work
Molo: I am thrilled when people give me feedback about my work

Are you the ladies man kind of radio personality?

Well, I am just glad that the ladies listen. I am a one woman kind of guy. On air, I just want to be a radio presenter that everyone wants to listen to; ladies, men, children and the youth.

If you weren’t talking to us now, what would you be doing?

I would be live on radio. Also I am really into music. I would probably be listening to albums.

What makes your station unique? How would you compare it to other stations?

Our presenters are good at what they do. Annie, Panther, Carl, Gertrude, Sharon, you just have to know these names. Our presenters entertain inform and educate. You will always find a voice that will make your day at Capital Fm.

I am not sure about that, but I am thrilled when people give me feedback about my work. It’s nice to know people like what I do.What’s the most surprising thing to happen to you?

How important is social media when it comes to radio in Malawi?

That is where the listeners are. Social media is a great way to connect with your audience. Facebook, Twitter, RadioVybe and other sites are making radio even more fun.

What makes you believe you are doing enough to promote local music?

I don’t charge for airplay. That’s a good thing right? I won’t receive an award for that, but boosting of local music starts with me. Sometimes it’s the small things.

Your Top 3 Malawian songs on your playlist?

1. Pa Ochepa Omwewo by Tech. 2. Elube by Eddie. The Number 3 song isn’t out yet.

What’s the best age to be and why?

Well let me say the best age bracket to be in is your 20’s. Wow, the world is right at your fingertips. People talk about change and things like that; it’s good to start when you are young. The Future depends on us

What’s your best night out?

On my bed fast asleep

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