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Alex Ndawula’s biography, facts, career, awards, net worth and all you need to know about fallen radio star

The media fraternity, musicians, and the country at large have been hit by the sad news of the passing away of veteran radio host Alex Ndawula.

According to Patricia Osman, the producer for the Capital Gang, on Capital FM where the deceased worked before retiring, Ndawula breathed his last on Monday, June 6, 2022, at Nsambya hospital.

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Who is Alex Ndawula?

IntroUgandan veteran radio presenter
IsMilitary personnel
FromUganda
TypeMilitary
Gendermale
Birth1963, New York City, USA
Age59 years

Alex Ndawula

Born in New York in the United States in 1963, Ndawula relocated to Uganda when his father passed on when he was only eight years.

Ndawula would later join St.Mary’s College Kisubi but one year later went to Nairobi, then Namasagali for his high school, and finally Nakawa Technical Institute from where he did Marketing.

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In an interview with Daily Monitor, he said his hobbies rotated around radio presenting and deejaying and this shaped his future.

Ndawula, a star of private FM stations in Uganda, was a name to reckon with on Capital FM and Sanyu FM in the 90s and 2000s with his breakfast shows.

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Alongside Chris Ireland and DJ Chazzo, Ndawula were the thing of the early days of FM radio in the country but later joined Kisementi based Capital FM where he presented the morning show.

He later presented the Dance Force and Sundowner on the same station where he ended his career.

Ndawula called it quits after 40 years of service on the radio in 2017.