Dictator Mark

Dictator Mark Bids Farewell at CBS FM

After almost seven years at the Bulange Mengo-based media outlet, Dictator Mark real name Mark Robert Kiyimba has bid farewell.

Dictator Mark landed the CBS FM job nearly a decade after resigning from his work duties at the now-defunct Suubi FM.

His name is currently seated among the top media personalities that have provided a platform towards prominent and upcoming musicians through his program “Abaliko.”

However, a few days back, Mark submitted his resignation leaving a void for his ”Abaliko” program which has been airing on a daily basis.

In a lengthy social media statement, Mark thanked his followers for their everlasting love and support as well as his employers for providing him the chance to showcase his skills.

Dictator Mark


I am seated here, and cannot believe that the day has come to say goodbye to all of you. It has been an absolute privilege to be the voice that you tuned into every day but as they say, all good things must come to an end.

I want to express my heartfelt gratitude for your unwavering support and love. Your calls, messages, and kind words have always encouraged me to put my best foot forward and bring you top-quality content.

I am delighted to have served you, and I hope I have left you all with some unforgettable memories.
I will, without a doubt, miss the studio and the adrenaline rush of live broadcasting, but I know that life has more exciting opportunities in store for me.

And to My Bosses, I just wanna take a moment to express my deepest gratitude for giving me the opportunity to showcase my skills and strengths and a Chance to serve KABAKA wange. Your trust and confidence in my abilities meant a lot to me and have motivated me to work even harder and give my best On And Off Air.

Working under your leadership has been an incredible learning experience. I have learned so much from your guidance, mentorship, and support. The constructive feedback has helped me grow both professionally and personally.

I believe It’s time to take on new challenges and take on new opportunities. I’ve accomplished so much in my personal and professional life, but there’s always room for growth and self-improvement. Perhaps I’ll explore a new hobby or skill, or maybe I’ll take a chance on a career change who knows?.

Whatever path I choose, I’m ready to embrace the unknown and step out of my comfort zone. Life is full of endless possibilities and it’s up to me to seize them. I look forward to the future and all the exciting adventures that await.
Muzzukulu wa Ssenoga I sign Out Peace and Love.

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