NMG's Failed Station Makes a Comeback [VIDEO]

  • Nation FM on Monday, September 30, made a comeback into the crowded radio scene after it bowed out over three years ago in July 2016.

    In a Twitter post, Nation Media Group's NTV announced the launch of Nation FM that was initially closed together with QTV and K FM in Rwanda.

    According to a source who spoke to Kenyans.co.ke, the station's main focus will be music.

    This is because the current target audience of the radio is the urban community.

    Dr. King'ori during the first show of Nation FM. King'ori will be hosting the Morning fix Show together with Cate Rari.

    The radio station officially aired its first show on Monday as from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. at 93.6 (Nairobi) and 101.5(Mombasa) frequencies.

    The show, dubbed the Morning Fix, will continually be hosted by NTV's Dr. King'ori and Cate Rira. King'ori is also a host for The Wicked Edition aired on NTV, while Rira is a host in the Lit 360 show.

    "If you love a good morning you have to listen to us from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. because we serve you the best breakfast ever," hyped Rira during the Nation FM's maiden show.

    Other media personalities who will take up different shows include comedian Obinna who once hosted a show called Homerun before the closure of the station and Anto Neosoul, who occasionally hosts The Trend.

    The duo is set to host The Drive, as from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. The shows will be televised and the audience will be able to access the shows via any social media platform.

    More reports by our sources also stated that radio station employed most of the employees it retrenched when it closed down

    Cate Rira during the first show of Nation FM. She will be hosting the Morning fix Show together with Dr. King'ori
    Dr. King'ori and Cate Rari during their first show at Nation FM that was launched on Monday, September 30.