Stop hitting me on Whatsapp, Carol Radull warns suitors
Carol Radull has warned suitors off lifting her telephone number from Whatsapp groups and then hitting her up via direct messages, saying she doesn’t find it appealing.
The media personality, 45, recently made the claim via her social media page.
“Please stop taking my number off WhatsApp groups and ‘hitting’ me up. It ain’t cool,” she wrote.
But the sports guru, who also boasts a huge following on social media, stopped short of suggesting which format she would prefer for suitors to approach her.
Radull, a veteran sports journalist, currently hosts The Game Plan, a sports show which airs both on Easy FM and NTV on Saturdays and Mondays respectively, alongside Roy Karuhize and Kieni Githinji.
The ever-smiling Radull has elected to keep his private life under wraps since her divorce to Mike Njiru in 2016 after a rough period.
“I was married for seven years, and the union was not bad,” she once told famed presenter Betty Kyallo.
“It was great six years and then one year was a bit rough. But having been in the institution of marriage, it is not something you easily jump into, again.”
She was recently thought to be particularly close to former footballer Bramwell Karamoja judging from their social media posts but neither party confirmed the speculation.
In past interviews, Radull who lost his dad and brother to cancer has also explained how she was raised in a sports-oriented family and was exposed to various disciplines at a very young age.
This background, she adds, enabled her to take the male-dominated sports field by storm, and is considered one of the best in sports management circles.
Besides working for the Nation Media Group, Radull has also enjoyed stints at Radio Africa Group where she rose from a news presenter to a senior management role, at the BBC and Reuters. She is also a popular influencer on social media, and has featured in adverts alongside the likes of football great Ronaldinho Gaucho.