Jegz B, Princessa relishing dreams of better days.

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Zanders 105.7 Owerri duo, Jegz B and Princessa who are gaining more grounds with each new day, have made it clear that they know the days of glory and fame are not far away.

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The duo who bagged the award of Fastest Rising Male and Female Radio Presenters at E-Sure Celebrity Awards aim at catching up and beating the likes of Helen Paul and Uti who do joint programmes on radio.
“We know these people we are aiming at bettering are known nationwide in big radio and TV stations, but a journey of a thousand miles starts with a step and the last time I checked, we are on steps.
We’ve not been here for a very long time like them, but it’s a ladder thing and we’ll be taking it one step at a time till we get there” Jegz B said.
Recently they were rumoured to be dating, a speculation Jeg B did not rule out completely, saying Princessa is a wonderful person to work and be with and he could still date her if it is the right option.
Princessa who is known for her Traffic Jam-Jam show, is a co-anchor at the Red Carpet of Deejay Saquo’s Star Nite with Jegz B who runs the morning Wake-Call show at the same station.
Th duo are also gaining round with their free style show which the co-anchor.
“It’s nice to see people appreciating what you are doing; it makes you know that every new day is a better day. We know how we started and where we are heading. But this is a journey and there are always stories to be told”
On Friday October 18, 2013, Jegz B and Princessa were also honoured as the Male and Female radio presenter of the year respectively by Gee One Entertainment in an event tagged ‘The Experience’.
“To be honoured by an organization you have no affiliation with makes one feel he has done well in the year in view.
We are grateful, but it’s not just the end because we are going higher and higher” Princessa said.

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