About us

Radio Nam Lolwe FM (RNL) is a Vernacular radio station based in Kisumu city broadcasting in Luo language 24 hours with very competitive programmes and highly qualified staff.

Radio Nam Lolwe was established on 13th July, 2007 and launched officially on the 27th July, 2007 in Kisumu city with the sole purpose of informing, educating and entertaining its listeners by giving them a balanced political, social and economic debate that the audience thrives for.

The reach frequency is 97.3 Fm. In Nyanza province now the greater western region covering all the counties in Nyanza, some parts of Rift Valley and the nearby former Western province counties. We also have new frequencies for regions like Nairobi on 101.5Fm, Nakuru and the environs now on 87.7fm and 94.7fm in Mombasa and its environs.

Our reach also spills to the neighboring countries like Eastern Uganda and Northern Tanzania through radio receivers on the FM platform.

We are also received internationally through the online streaming platform on www.radionamlolwefm.com

From the last two quarterly Synovate reports we have been the most listened to Luo radio station in The Lake topography, reaching more than 3 million people daily.


Our vision is to be the leading media organization in public sensitization & delivery of excellent services to our listeners.

• We believe in offering equal opportunities for all consumers of our products and services in our programmes
• We vow for transparency and accountability
• We provide quality and well researched programmes and services

To educate, inform, entertain & promote core social values.

We have the pleasure to bring to your attention that Radio Nam Lolwe is the most popular media house in western part of Kenya and we have a flair for reaching the communities at the grass root level.

We are proud to have the support of the most experienced professional, renowned and popular presenters in the region.

It is the station that articulates the LUO community issues like never before with incisive debates, up to date, elaborate and balanced news coverage and well researched programming with a blend of Benga, Rhumba, ohangla, Gospel and many more that resonates well with those who understand and those that are interested in the Luo language.

The target audience includes the young (school going children) and the old.


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