Former Citizen TV anchor Johson Mwakazi lands new job
Congratulations Mr. Mwakazi
Cape Media operates under the wings of Mt. Kenya University Founder Prof. Simon Gichuru.
After exciting Citizen TV, Mwakazi joined WTV a station owned by Foundation Media Group. WTV shut down in December 2016, forcing the media personality to starts his own company dubbed “Royal Voice International”.
The Royal Voice International is a media solutions company that deals with media production, training, mentorship and conference moderation.
According to Business Today, Gichuru will be launching TV 47 soon after closing down Royal TV that used to operate in Kigali, Rwanda.
Cape Media is managed by Gichuru’s son, Kevin and they have invested more the Sh500 million in the new venture. The media company is also planning to launch a radio station called Beats 47, based on previous experience of operating a Radio and TV station in Kigali for three years.
Mr. Gichuru’s radio station (Royal Fm in Rwanda) is among the top three stations in the country.
Reports indicate that Cape Media will mainly focus on on counties and corporates.
Mwakazi, popularly known as the Royal voice, is a graduate of Daystar University and joined Citizen TV in April 2004, and worked with RMS for over eight years.
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