Radio Waumini is a project of the Kenya Episcopal Conference (Catholic Bishops of Kenya) operating under Waumini Communications limited as a company. The company owns Radio Waumini (registered business name) and National Mirror a monthly paper that circulates in all Catholic dioceses. The Radio is managed by a board of Directors and headed by a Managing Director. , Production manager, News editor, Administrator, Marketing manager, producers, Studio manager, journalist, presenters and an administrative secretary.
The MD Fr. Martin Wanyoike, he is a priest from the Catholic diocese of Muranga.
Radio Waumini broadcasts in English and Kiswahili therefore, your message has the potential of being heard in both languages. This is a critical factor in ensuring efficient and compelling communication that is able to effectively influence consumer attitude.
Steadman & Associates are our external monitoring agents. This will ensure that all your adverts are adequately and fairly monitored. Should you want to get your report, kindly get in touch with Steadman and associates for further information. Their contact telephone Number is 4449832
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Radio Waumini is committed to influencing and impacting the community by striving to promote justice, peace, solidarity, tolerance, reconciliation and understanding among all people through evangelization
In the last two years, Radio Waumini has been recognized by Kenya Human rights body as a station that recognizes the people in the informal settlements (slums) in Nairobi. Last year Radio Waumini worn first and second positions by UNESCO red ribbon awards given in Nairobi as the best station with HIV and AIDS programes. East and central bishops’ conference held in Dar-salaam Tanzania last year also recognized the programming of Radio Waumini in the presentation made by the managing director. And this year 2007, Radio Waumini was nominated by BBC Radio awards in the areas of HIV and AIDS. It got the first position in Eastern Africa and came second in African continental award. This is a sign that the station is trying to keep to its objectives.