Radio Ramogi has been operational for 16 years.
It is one of the pioneer vernacular radios from Royal Media Services.
The Dholuo language station commands a wide listenership in the Lake region, reaching 38.4%.
Radio Ramogi has frequencies in other towns besides Kisumu, Migori, Homabay, and Siaya.
It is also accessible in Nairobi, Mombasa, and Nakuru.
The radio station provides rich content and entertainment to its ardent listeners.
Its presenters understand their role well and deliver beyond expectations.
Royal media services is a Kenyan media powerhouse that compensates its employees handsomely.
The salary may vary among the presenters due to experience and the number of shows hosted.
This post delves into their salaries but, first, a recap of the presenters and their shows…
Radio Ramogi Presenters
Behind the informative and entertaining programs at Radio Ramogi is a group of qualified presenters.
Some have been at the station since its inception, while others came along.
Fredy Janam hosts the Injili Maloko Ngima and the Oigla show on Monday nights.
He speaks his mind, which sometimes rubs his listeners wrong, like when he called out Luo youths for preventing the police from burying the late Abenny Jachiga.
Kasuku Raphael is one of the longest-serving presenters at the station hosting the Donse Donse show from 1:15 PM to 4:00 PM from Monday to Friday.
Kasuku hosts alongside Lydia Akoth. Lydia also hosts Hundhwe Express from midnight to 5 AM.
Felix Jakamollo engages Ramogi listeners in the evening for the Mos GI Tich show, which runs from 4:15 PM to 7:00 PM on weekdays.
Radio Ramogi enthusiasts keep Kenn Muga Company in the morning for his Kogwen show. Kenn also works at Ramogi TV.
The midday show has Ruth Nyajimo behind the mic and hosts the Sunday Gospel show.
Victor Juma and Ajo Mbuta are the station’s news presenters. Learn more about other Ramogi presenters here: Top Ramogi FM Presenters
So, how much do these presenters take home at the end of each month?
Radio Ramogi Presenter’s Salary
The average monthly perk for radio presenters at Royal Media services is KES 150,000.
Some presenters at Radio Ramogi may be earning more or less than the average figure on the radio, depending on their roles and experience.
Presenters like Lydia Akoth, Fred Janam, and Victor Juma earn more for hosting an extra show.
Kasuku and Janam also play the role of DJ in their shows, planning and executing playlists and playing the audience’s song requests.
Presenters who work for the radio and Ramogi TV, like Kenn Muga, also get paid for both roles.
Others like Kasuku, who has worked at the station longer, earn a bigger salary due to experience.
Presenters who, besides hosting, also act as department heads or deputies receive a bigger wage.
Whether you are looking to kickstart your radio career or elevate it, Radio Ramogi is a great place to try if you are qualified for available positions.