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Kiss cares in conjunction with Lifebuoy

It promoted handwashing in the ongoing Covid-19 prevention campaign

In Summary

• Station distributed 14,200 bars of soap across Nairobi

Linet Mumbi from Radio Africa gives free Lifebuoy soap to a food vendor at Kangemi market
Linet Mumbi from Radio Africa gives free Lifebuoy soap to a food vendor at Kangemi market
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Media giant Radio Africa Group on Thursday launched a multimillion-shilling drive to augment the fight against the spread of coronavirus.

The campaign was lead by events and brand activation team Kendi Kamotho, Magdalene Waweru, Andrew Lucheli and Chanelle Kittony.

 

Other than dedicating airtime on all its radio stations, the Star newspaper and digital platforms, the company launched a soap distribution drive to promote washing of hands and maintenance of hygiene.

The media company, in conjunction with Lifebuoy, distributed 14,200 bars of soap across Nairobi in the ongoing Covid-19 prevention campaign.

Radio Africa Group team Yvonne Karongo, Linet Mumbi, Maureen Wanjiku, Magdalene Waweru and Daniel Komoi at Kangemi Market
Radio Africa Group team Yvonne Karongo, Linet Mumbi, Maureen Wanjiku, Magdalene Waweru and Daniel Komoi at Kangemi Market
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Kiss FM Drive presenter Linda Nyangweso
Kiss FM Drive presenter Linda Nyangweso
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Kiss FM Drive presenter Nick Ndeda
Kiss FM Drive presenter Nick Ndeda
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Kiss FM breakfast show presenters Andrew Kibe and Kamene Goro
Kiss FM breakfast show presenters Andrew Kibe and Kamene Goro
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Radio Africa Group sales manager Magdalene Waweru gives free Lifebuoy soap in a matatu at Umoja stage
Radio Africa Group sales manager Magdalene Waweru gives free Lifebuoy soap in a matatu at Umoja stage
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Jacket vendor Jonathan Makau washes his hands using Lifebuoy soap at Mutindwa market
Jacket vendor Jonathan Makau washes his hands using Lifebuoy soap at Mutindwa market
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