The Journalist while addressing the Media stated that he acquired two frequencies for the Radio station, 104.3 and 104.2 fm from the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA).
The Radio covers most parts of the Rift valley, with an estimated population of about 1.2 reach.
Kosgey says he hired a total of eight Journalists to run the station, including Mzungu mwafrika and Faith Chebwogen who are both media Celebrities in the region.
Nenyon FM has been gazetted by the CA as a commercial free to air station under Nenyon media services company, with Kosgey having 100 per cent of the share.
Kosgey began his career at KTN in 2013 as News correspondent but later in 2018 changed to Citizen TV in the same capacity.
He hopes that in future, he will open Nenyon TV station.
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