Former ICC suspect Joshua Sang launches his own TV Station

Joshua Arap Sang, a former Kass FM radio presenter and ICC suspect has launched his own TV station dubbed BBN TV that will be aired on Signet.


He announced this through his social media thanking God for the far he has come. Sang became popular after he was named one of the suspects on the ICC alongside Deputy President William Ruto. His career on Kass radio went under for being accused of inciting the Kalenjin community against Kikuyu.

His new station will only feature gospel programs as BBN is a Christian television channel. He has partnered with a pastor by the name of Rev Christopher Arap Mutai and Professor Teddy Njoroge who will be helping Sang make the new station a success. In his post Sang wrote to say,

“I am delighted to announce that BBN TV is now in Nairobi on Signet. God has enabled me together with Rev Christopher Arap Mutai and Prof Teddy Njoroge to come up with this Christian television channel. We look forward to covering the whole country soon. God is great.”

His new station will obviously create job opportunities for the new upcoming journalists looking for stations to work for.  The new Sang is definitely aiming to aim the society in positive ways a few months to the elections.


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