The TV journalist praised the team of five children for their inventiveness in a Tweet on his official Twitter account on Monday, December 6th, after their video went viral.
Ombija went on to say that he would buy brand new suits for the kids, adding that all he ever wanted for Christmas as a kid was new clothes to wear on Christmas day.In addition, the television host pleaded with the public to assist him in locating the gifted children, whose identities had not been divulged.
"Today, this made me so happy. Back when I was a kid, all I wanted for Christmas was a new set of clothes. As a thank you gesture, I will buy all of the kids in this Ramogi TV rendition suits or a gift of similar value for Christmas. Please assist me in locating them before Christmas," Ombija said.One of the children can be seen imitating the news anchor in the video as he introduces viewers to the new Ramogi studio and the team that will anchor news at the vernacular station.
"Wise sages once said that a country can only be formed via stories. Luos have awaited the chance to participate in the national debate. We welcome you to your new home, where help brings growth, where we can find hope and show love, which has arrived in the Luo nation as of today. Our home is Ramogi TV. "Welcome," Ombija said in her opening statement during the launch.
The kids were also resourceful, as they used bed sheets and cardboard to create a replica of the studio set-up, complete with TV screens and a newsroom table.
Kenyans shared the video on social media, tagging Ombija and the new station to take notice of the talented children. As a result, other users have expressed their gratitude to Ombija for his noble gesture."These kids are incredibly inventive." "Show them some love by retweeting until Ombija and Ramogi TV see it," Olivia Mwenesi said.
Ramogi TV was launched on Monday, November 29 by Royal Media Services (RMS) in a flamboyant ceremony.Ombija presented the station's news anchors as they stepped out of a black limousine for the premiere, which broadcast on Citizen TV at 6:30 p.m.
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