Radio is fast becoming a booming business in Kenya, with more than 50 radio stations scrambling for the bigger portion of listenership and fan base. More and more people are now investing in the radio industry despite the stiff-neck competition experienced in the field.
Former Radio Africa Employee, Tina Kaggia has decided to venture into the radio business, this time not as a show host but as the boss. The former Classic 105 presenter is planning to open her own radio station, barely three weeks after leaving Radio Africa. According to reliable sources intimate to the radio girl, Tina is currently working on her radio station which is set to go on air in February next year.
The source also revealed that Tina Kaggia’s radio station will be targeting a more mature audience. The upcoming radio station, defined as Progressive, Positive and Very energetic is yet to find a suitable name but will most definitely go live in February.