As promised early, royal Media has lived to it's dream and have launched a Ramogi TV channel. As a branch of royal Media services, the TV has been well embraced in the system.
The whole of royal Media house was present in the studio for the launch. Those present includes Jeff Koinange and Lulu Hassan. It was a nice experience as this made the first dholuo language speaking national television.
Ombija said the Luo Nyanza will now have a chance to listen to news and live events without asking for translations. This is just a milestone in the royal Media services. We are hoping the station lives to the dream and gives the locals all the best.
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