Miracle Baby Leaves Inooro TV: What’s Next for the Popular Reggae Host?


Peter Njuguna, also known as Miracle Baby, is leaving Inooro TV, a vernacular TV station owned by Royal Media Services (RMS), due to personal reasons.

Njuguna co-hosted the popular reggae show, Wirekererie, on Saturdays from 10 pm to 1 am with Nonoo Katoto Ka Uras.

He thanked his fans for their support and promised to keep them informed of his next move, hinting at a possible shift to a reggae radio station to further his career.

Fans were disappointed with Njuguna’s departure, with some encouraging him to return to the studio and create more music.

Inooro TV lost another staff member, news anchor Winrose Wangui, several months earlier after seven years of service.

Wangui made the announcement of her departure while reading the 9 pm news bulletin, stating that it was her final time anchoring news at Inooro TV and RMS.

Inooro TV is one of the vernacular stations owned by RMS, which also owns other radio and TV stations.

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