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Reasons why you will soon be glued to K24

Truth be told that most Kenyans view either KTN, NTV or Citizen when it comes to news and other local programs but soon they are going to switch to K24 and this is why.

For some time now the Media Max owned TV station has been doing well when it comes to attracting viewers.

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They have also been able to hire vibrant celebrities who host various programs that mostly attract the youth. In the morning hours they have Alfajiri show that was hosted by former the trend panelist Ciku Muruiki and Jeff Mote.

On Thursdays they have Talk central hosted by Kalekye Mumo where Kenyan celebrates are interviewed in the show.

Apart from the show they also have amazing programs like Rush which features local actors and celebrities like Janet Mbugua.

This year K24 have gone on a shopping spree and they have poached top presenters who will be joining them. They began by signing Betty Kyalo from KTN and we all know how trending she is.

Her departure from KTN has already sent many Kenyans to her new TV station. Betty Kyalo was on the spot light from the time she just stepped into KTN.

Viewers were attracted to her beauty that she became one of the most viewed anchors in Kenya. This week, K24 have signed Fred indimuli from rivals Citizen Tv and with his experience, Mr. Fred is definitely bring the fire to his new found job.

On Wednesday they broke the internet when news of 9 pm news anchor Anne Kiguta joining them soon.

The talented anchor has risen from a competitive group of presenters at Citizen to become a household name in the news desk.

She has also been pointed as a possible replacement of Mr. Igathe who was the deputy Governor of Nairobi County.

Now that the trio have come together, definitely K24 will have many viewers fighting for that remote back at home.

Slavian Mwangecho
Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world

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