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Albert Mwadime’s Journey To Winning an Annual Journalism Excellence Award (AJEA) 2021

Albert attributes his achievements to Sifa FM Radio for nurturing, shaping and catapulting him to such historical and highly celebrated achievements.
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Linah Mwamachi’s journey to winning two Annual Journalism Excellence Awards (AJEA) 2021 awards

The award means so much to me. It has given me more courage and morale to keep working hard and dig more for facts and news that will benefit society and the environment for our good
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Impact of the Bible Stories Alive Children's Program in Marsabit

“I believe since they began listening to the program, they have both developed an amazing passion for the word of God. I have also been teaching them to memorize scriptures and they have been doing well. Sometimes they ask me questions about bible stories and when I ask them how they knew it, they would say that they heard the story on Sifa FM Marsabit”
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Praises galore for SIFA FM’s treble sweep in Journalism Excellence Awards

2021 will remain to be a red-letter year in the broadcasting history of Trans World Radio Kenya’s SIFA FM network ministry as three of her presenters emerged best to win four awards in different categories in the 2021 Ninth Annual Journalism Excellence Awards (AJEA) organized by the Media Council of Kenya and her partners. 
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Church Relations Praise Report

“Thank you for coming and sharing with us the word of God. I am also grateful to finally get a new bible.I have read and used it for so many years that most of the pages are falling off. I am so glad I got a Swahili bible that I will cherish. Also, please promise to come next Sunday and all other Sundays, you have been a blessing to us.” Mercy – Member of A.I.C Mowlem (KPCU)
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FROM A STREET URCHIN TO A CONSTRUCTION SITE MANAGER

Introducing Calvin Odero; Calvin is a building and construction site manager and a big fan of Sifa Fm Marsabit. He is commonly known as Engineer Odero and resides in Kiwanja Ndege village in Marsabit town with his wife and their three children. During our encounter Engineer Odero starts by recounting on his love for Sifa Fm Marsabit, which started 2 years ago when he arrived in the County to manage some construction sites.
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MEET MAMA RADIO FROM MARSABIT

A few weeks ago, we met Madam Rufo Galma, a teacher at St. Theresa primary school, in Marsabit town. She is a faithful listener of the evening Burdani show at SIFA FM in Marsabit. “My children and the villagers call me MAMA (mother) RADIO, because they constantly find me listening to the radio”. The jovial teacher shares her family is fully aware that they are not allowed to disturb her while listening to the Sifa FM news especially 7pm bulletin.
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My family and I gave our lives to Christ, thanks to SIFA FM Marsabit

Many people listen to Sifa FM Marsabit radio, for various reasons; for relaxing entertainment or to gain information, others listen to get news updates and a glimpse of what is happening around the county. Mr. Wotto Umuro reasons for listening are none of those, he listens because his heart has found joy and pleasure through the devotional programs aired on the station.
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HOW ARE YOU USING YOUR MADARAKA(FREEDOM)?

If you are wondering what Madaraka day is, it’s the dayKenyans celebrate the attainment of self-governance. The name ‘Madaraka’ is loosely translated to Freedom. So Kenyans celebrate attaining freedom fromBritish Colonial Rule since 1920. This milestone came after years of freedom fighters rebelling the colonial rule. A large number of factors were in play leading tothe British relinquishing power to the natives of Kenya. One thing remains true and sure: Kenyans did everything and anything they could, to finally be free.