Egerton University got talent and profession. The Njoro based varsity can now boast of the best of the best. Students at the varsity are now the new crowned king and queen in the radio airwaves in the country. Two students are now the talk of Nakuru county. Caleb Odongo alias #TheRetrosexuals and Emily Mbai alias ‘E Double M’ are the new hosts of the best show in the county, the #VegasTempo show. Aired every Saturday from 1-4 PM, the show goes down at Egerton Radio 101.7 FM.
Viewed as one of the best two, the show together with the Kenyatta University show #CampusIconInKUFM hosted by Victor Matara introduces modern entertainment and educative programmes to the radio industry. #VegasTempo which goes down for a record three hours, features new music, events and the register during the first hour, guest and topic of the day during the second hour and #VegasCountDown which samples your best 10 of the modern music you would want to listen to over and over.
Caleb, a talented young poet, entertainer, MC and events organizer gives the programme a taste of the needed hype during weekends. Together with Emily Mbai, a creative writer, author, actor and a super model, the two Egerton university students gives the #VegasTempo show the chilling effect that comes with a fresh warmth.
Today, the two will be hosting Toxic dancers in an exclusive interview on radio. Toxic dancers is one of the best entertainers in Nakuru county. Loved by both the public and the students, today they will reveal what is cooking for their fans. The fans will also get a chance to ask specific questions to the dancers. They will know its origin and how they can either join or help it grow.
You wont regret tuning in to 101.7 FM Egerton Radio and catch a glimpse of the #VegasTempo Show. Don’t forget to mark Saturday 1-4 PM on your clock. Engage with the presenters by commenting below or via Facebook #VegasTempo page and Twitter handle @egertonradio.