The first-ever Maasai television station to go on air in the next two months was awarded a certificate of registration by the government today.
The new station – Serenget International Television – is the newest media outlet in Kenya established by young Maasai entrepreneurs working in collaboration with local and international advisors.
NEP Media Group (K) spokesman, Kurgat Marindany who on Tuesday said the station had been licensed by the Communications Authority of Kenya, announced the name of the new TV.
NEP Media (K) is the sole owner of the new Maasai television, which has also been licensed to own several radio stations in the country, according to Marindany.
“The Maa nation will watch TV online via live stream, view our online and TV schedule, watch top TV shows and synopsis as soon as we are up,” said Marindany, who is also a Kenyan media personality.
“We shall be watched world-wide and the station will act as a direct link for our Maa people to the rest of the world. All these, will be delivered to the whole world from Nairobi,” said Marindany.
Marindany said the station to be owned by the stakeholders, who are Kenyan Maasai and others living with them in Maa land.