"Ni Mrembo "- Meet Rehema Kiteto the Youngest Assistant County Commissioner at 24-Years-Old - PHOTOS
[Photo|Courtesy] Rehema Kiteto is the youngest Assistant County Commissioner in Kenya and she has proven to be a selfless lady who is ready to serve the people. Rehema was born in Samburu Village in 1997 Kinango Constituency in Kwale County. She attended Mwasere Girls High School in Voi where she performed very well to get a chance at Egerton University to pursue an undergraduate course in arts English Literature and Sociology between 2015 to 2019.
The Kenya online society have this morning aired their views following journalist Linda Oguttu exit from the TV screena. Ogutu who was recently appointed by government to chair the Football Kenya Federation took to her Twitter page to announce that she was taking some leave from the standard media group.
Mary Kilobi is a well known Kenya media personality and News anchor. She is beautiful, graceful and to crown it all-intelligent. Mary Kilobi KTN Swahili news anchor. She came to limelight after news broke she was romantically involved with COTU boss Francis Atwoli. She is currently working with Standard Group Limited as a Kiswahili news Anchor/ Reporter with KTN Kenya. Before Joining KTN Kenya, Mary worked as a Producer/Editor/ Anchor with Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) for four years. She is ma
Mzee Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi was the second president of Kenya. He ruled the nation for twenty four years. These years were marked with development and also some challenges. Apart from leading the state, Moi was also a top investor in East Africa.Even after his death , his family owns lucrative businesses and they are from the following important sectors of the economy :
[Photo courtesy] Ayub Savula Angatia is the incumbent Member of Parliament representing Lugari Constituency located in Kakamega county after retaining his seat on the Amani National Congress (ANC) party ticket.Before joining politics, Savula had an industrious career and in today's article, we highlight his education and professional career achievements before joining the political arena.
Media Stations are majorly used for passing news, advertisements and entertainment to their audiance. Majority of the Media stations in Kenya are owned or connected to the political class. They include: Former President Moi family The Moi family has been in politics for the longest time ever. The family has shares in Standard Group Limited which owns KTN Home, KTN News, Radio Maisha, The Standard and The Nairobian newspapers. The Kenyatta Family The first family is has remained one of the richest and
Kenyan Politicians Who Owns TV And Radio Stations. Friday, 5th January 2021, Nairobi Kenya. There are several Kenyan politicians who do own media stations in the country and some too do have a stake in these media station's and they are shareholders in the media companies. Below are some of these politician's who do own these media station's. The Moi family do have a stake in the Standard Group Limited and this is company that owns the Ktn news and home, radio maisha, Standard newspaper and Nairobian newspapers
You may at times wonder ,who owns media the houses in Kenya. The truth is that most media houses in Kenya are owned by politicians. Here are some of the owners of your favourite TV stations. The Kenyatta family are stakeholders in Mediamax, which owns K24 TV, Kameme TV, Kameme FM,Milele FM. You all can agree with me that,these stations are one those of the favorite stations in Kenya. The late Moi family are ownership stakeholders of Standard Group Limited,which owns KTN Home,KTN News and Radio Maisha. SK Macharia
KTN Journalist Lindah Oguttu became the subject of heated social media discussions several weeks ago when the ministry of Sports cabinet secretary Ambassador Amina Mohamed appointed her to a plum government job. Oguttu was announced as the head of the football kenya federation (FKF) secretariat after the disbandment of the previous FKF board by the government.
1. Standard Group Limited Despite intense competition in Kenya’s media industry, Standard group has managed to command a considerable fan base through TV, radio, and print media. The company was founded in 1902 and has expanded gradually, making it dependable in giving timely news through KTN television, KTN News, Standard Newspaper, Standard Digital, and Radio Maisha.
1.The Deputy President William Ruto has an ownership stake in Media Max limited which owns K24 TV, People's Daily Newspaper,Kameme FM, Milele FM, Meru FM Kameme TV, Mayian FM and Emoo FM. Media max was previously owned by the Kenyatta's family but it was Sold to Ruto in 2018. 2.The Moi family, on the other hand, has an ownership stake in Standard Group Limited which owns KTN Home, KTN,The Standard, Radio Maisha, and The Nairobian newspaper. 3.Former President Daniel Moi's nephew Kipr
KTN's Linda Ogutu Takes Sabbatical Leave From Standard Group Limited To Serve In The FKF Secretariat
Kenya is blessed with very talented journalists that are undoubtedly role models to a lot of young people interested in practising in the media field. Our journalists have a good reputation globally and for that reason we've seen the likes of Larry Madowo working for international media stations.
Standard Group Limited has announced plans to sack over 170 employees in a bid to cut the companies spending. This comes after reports went viral on how media organisation is struggling to keep up with paying for TV programmes that have been airing on its KTN Home and KTN News chanels. in a letter of notice from the companies CEO Orlando Lyomu that was addressed to all the staff, the company said it was trying to re align it self with the changing business needs that have been brought about by regulatory ch
Linda Ogutu, a media personality, stated on Sunday, December 19, that she will be taking a sabbatical break from the Standard Media Group. According to sources familiar with the situation at the station, Ogutu was unable to reach an arrangement with the station's management after being offered a job at the Football Kenya Federation (FKF).However, in a statement to her fans, Ogutu stated that she had taken a leave of absence but did not specify how long she would be gone.
A majority of the mainstream media that Kenyans follow is either owned by or has owners closely affiliated to politicians. The Kenyatta family has an ownership stake in Media Max limited which owns K24 TV, Kameme TV, Kameme FM , Milele FM , Meru FM, Mayian FM, Emoo FM, and People Daily newspaper. The Moi family, on the other hand, has an ownership stake in Standard Group Limited which owns KTN Home , KTN News , Radio Maisha , The Standard , and The Nairobian newspapers. S. K. Macharia a known political commentator
KTN news anchor Linda Oguttu today In a tweeter post, announced quiting from Standard Group Limited to serve as the head of the FKF caretaker committee secretariat. “I have taken a sabbatical leave from the Standard Group Limited to serve in the FKF Secretariat,” she announced.
Media houses are doing a good job in keeping most of us entertained and updated. We have several channels that always serve us with varieties. The media sector in Kenya is one area where politicians have big shares as many of them are owned by them. Here is a list of the politicians that own media houses in Kenya. 1. The Kenyatta family. The first family has an ownership stake in Media Max limited. The television channels under media max limited include K24, Kameme, Milele radio,Meru radio,Mayian radio,Emoo