Tag: Maina Kageni
Reflecting on how he got into radio, Kageni states that it was by chance. Although his uncle is Royal Media Services (RMS) CEO SK Macharia, Kageni says that he had never considered a career in media before he accidentally landed a job at Capital FM.
The show attracts eye-watering advertising revenues owing to its popularity, mostly in urban areas. This has led to Kageni being one of the most well paid media personalities in the country, but he sees his radio work simply as his day job - enabling him to engage in various other ventures.
Maina Kageni, who redefined breakfast show presentation in Kenya’s radio industry, said his exit from Classic 105 would mark the end of his illustrious radio career.
Like many successful people, Mr Maina’s story takes the similar rag-to-riches tale - but with enough twists and turns that would barely lead to success in a world where higher education is valued more than the virtues of hard work and obedience.
“I gave my speed bike to my kid bro who turned 30! Plus I have a new Quad/All-Terrain Bike. Before I turn 40, I would want to drive a Bentley Bentayga or G 63 AMG,” Weru noted in a past interview.
Radio Africa Group says while it paid March salaries, it is seeing a major loss in advertising revenue from April that will impact revenues.
Tension has been growing in Radio Africa Group since Monday when the company issued a one-month notice of the intended retrenchment.
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