Former K24 Swahili News anchor Alphonce Oladipoh has landed at the new TV-47 Television channel.
Oladipoh, a media personality will be hosting the ‘Upeo wa TV-47’ a Swahili news bulletin.
The Cape media owned TV-47 is an investment of Professor Simon Gicharu who owns Mount Kenya University.
Gicharu is the most respected entrepreneur in the country and has been operating a TV and a radio station in Rwanda and now fights for the media share back at home.
He has heavily invested in the media industry and read to raid on the bigger media houses in the country.
Already KTN News lost two of its reporters Abubakar Abdulahi and Eugene Anangwe to the new channel that is set to give its audience whats they have been longing for.
[Alphonce Oladipoh at TV-47 studios. Photo/Courtesy].
Investigative programs TV-47 Special lense and Dunia ya pili, Africa uncensored, youth program Vijana mashinani among many other programs will premier in the station.
Oladipoh has however had his share of life tribulations.
He worked at Coast based radio stations Baraka FM and Radio Salaam, went to Mediamax owned Milele FM and K24 TV before he was axed together with other news anchors and show hosts.
Oladipoh who recently converted to Islam and changed his name to Sudheis Oladipoh is set to grace our living room again.
[Alphonce Oladipoh at the TV-47 live studios. Photo/Courtesy].
“Happy to be back on air let’s meet soon on TV-47,” posted Oladipoh.
TV-47 is set to give the already established television channels among them KTN News, NTV, CITIZEN television, K24 a serious competition ahead.