Mzansi celebrates Metro FM DJ Wilson B Nkosi
South Africans are celebrating Metro FM DJ Wilson B Nkosi using the hashtag #ThankYouWilsonBNkosi on Twitter.
Tweeps are celebrating the Wilson B Nkosi’s 34 years with Metro FM.
Wilson B Nkosi joined Metro FM in 1986 and went on to host on all the slots apart from the Jazz slot which he said he chose not to host.
A year into radio, Wilson became a TV presenter for the show Sidlalela Intsha, Sidlalela Ulutsha a request show. He has also featured on Studio Mix in the absence of its main anchor Bob Mabena and was also one of Jam Alley’s first presenters when the show launched in 1992.
Outside of METRO FM, Wilson is a copywriter, employed by Wilson B. Nkosi Communications, an agency that writes and produces radio and TV commercials.
The agency was founded by Wilson in 1995 and is still going strong. Wilson’s first job as a copywriter was at J Walter Thompson and after 17 years he is still their resident writer. Other ad agencies he has worked for include, Young and Rubicam and Ogilvy and Mather. He continues to do freelance work for many agencies as a writer and voice over artist.
Below are some of the celebratory messages on Twitter:
@METROFMSA Dis Gentleman has helped me to buyisa inhliziyo of my current wife, la bengithi ngiflopile khona either during d week or Saturday kodwa mayithi Sunday bekandilamulela. I Thank u bab’uNkosi, you’re much Loved 💖❤️💕💕💕❤️🙏💖💖 #thankyouwilsonbnkosi pic.twitter.com/9A5m1nyvMF
— Sipho mqati #NotDecidingIsStillDeciding (@MalathonBeep) September 27, 2020
— Nomsa (@nomsa_ntenteng) September 27, 2020
34 Years and still giving great radio🙏 Thank you @METROFMSA for celebrating Bra Wilson while still alive and on the station platform.
His such an incredible Broadcaster #ThankYouWilsonBNkosi pic.twitter.com/LlnPkYN8j4
— Motseki Mabuya (@MotsekiMabuya1) September 27, 2020
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