World mark’s world radio day

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Radio stations in Kenya have been urged to train their presenters ahead of the next general elections for a peaceful country.
These were the words of media stakeholders in Kenya as the country marked world radio day at a Nairobi hotel.
Media Council of Kenya Dr Haron Mwangi said the radio stations are facing myriads of problems and urged station managers to observe professional code of conduct for the practice of journalism.
According to Dr Mwangi, lack of investment in the industry is blame for half baked or repeated content the Kenyan audience is treated to.
Principal Secretary Sammy Itemere said the government through Communication Authority of Kenya has provided an environment to ensure freedom of expressions.
According to Mr Itemere, the digital migration has helped most investors to set up radio station at affordable costs.

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