Citizen TV on Tuesday, January 31, announced new changes to its weekly morning programming known as Sema na Citizen theming its discussions and revealing different anchors who would host the shows.
In the announcement, Citizen TV revealed that the changes would be implemented from Monday, February 6, in a move aimed at bolstering its content.
The three-hour Swahili mid-morning show, featuring conversations of national development, was first aired on Citizen TV in July 23, 2018.
Anchored by Mashirima Kapombe, Nimrod Taabu, Mwanahamisi Hamadi, Rashid Abdalla, and Lulu Hassan, Sema na Citizen aired every Monday to Friday from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
“Sema na citizen is beginning a new journey that has quality content for the good of the community,” the station stated in the announcement.
In the new changes, Nimrod Taabu, will lead a discussion that would address different matters of national development every Monday.
On the other hand, Mashirima Kapombe will lead a discussion tackling issues on leadership in different counties on Tuesdays by engaging experts.
Mwanahamisi Hamadi, will take charge of the show on Wednesdays, focusing on health and articulating different issues affecting Kenyans across the 47 counties.
“Because as we analyse these issues, the viewer needs to be in good health, Mwanahamisi Hamadi will be ensuring that we improve our health,” the announcement stated.
On Thursdays, Rashid Abdalla will lead discussions tackling development across the country and highlighting the different employment sectors and industries.
“Rashid Abdalla will be ready to give us the truth about the development of our nation. During this discussion, even those who do not always speak will have something to say and what was promised to be done, will be done,” the TV station explained.
The announcement further noted that Lulu Hassan will lead discussions on lifestyle and entertainment in different locations in the country every Friday.
“This is the new beginning of productive journalism. This is where you should be,” Citizen TV stated.