Citizen TV's Trevor Ombija Joins Ramogi TV [VIDEO]

Trevor Ombija.
Trevor Ombija.

Royal Media Services (RMS) has announced that it will launch a new Luo TV station, Ramogi TV, on Monday, November 29, 2021.

Already, the new-looking station has released a promo stating that it will go on the air at exactly 6:30 PM on Monday.

Among those to spearhead Ramogi TV is renowned young citizen TV presenter Trevor Ombija.

Others are Sharon Ong'ao, Cleophas Oluoch, Joyce Oduor, George Bati, Lydia Okeo, Ochieng Emmanuel, Syprose Okinda and Jael Lieta.

The veteran journalist began his career as a Junior Assignment Desk Editor at the China Central Television (CCTV) Africa Bureau, now CGTN, before taking the Radio News Anchoring Role on Nation FM. He later became a News Presenter and Associate Producer at NTV.

Trevor holds a BA in Journalism and Media Studies from the University of Nairobi.

Ramogi Tv will now join the market to compete with Lolwe TV.

While Trevor shared the promo on his social media platforms, he quoted the famous Quote of Nelson Mandela who was planning to embark on a new journey.
“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, it comes to his mind. If you talk to him in his own language, it goes to his heart.” Nelson Mandela. The journey begins. WAMOKE!” chirpy Trevor

Ramogi tv will be the second local television station launched by Royal Media Services (RMS), owned by SK Macharia, after Inooro TV, which went live in October 2015.

“We are marking a new dawn in the Luo nation and in Kenya as a whole. We bring you the latest news from Royal Media services and news from our journalists.”

The company's Managing Director, Wachira Waruru, previously stated that the company has taken measures to appeal to its evolving target audience. “RMS will systematically begin the first phase of product diversification and business consolidation by revealing four local TV services.

"By pioneering local radio broadcasting, we want to continue to provide Kenyans with unrivaled and quality broadcast content in their first language," said Wachira.

Royal Media Services hosts the most popular television and radio channels. The Media House has two television stations (Citizen TV, InooroTV), fourteen radio stations, twelve of which are local to the different cultures of the region, and a Video on Demands platform (Viusasa).

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