Njeru Wilfred

Radio was a far thought idea for me. My love for disk jockeying always gave me hope to play at a radio station somewhere, someday. Then one day, I saw a post shared by a friend on facebook, about a dj job in family radio 316. I applied, and God’s  plan being timely, Here I am.

Music  has always been a tool I  preferred to use in ministry. It wasn’t easy, leaving a promising career path in civil engineering, into fulltime media, but the passion and conviction, was worth ditching for.

I’m grateful for an opportunity to share good music with people, whose souls really need it. Radio is slow therapy that eventually transforms, and am proud to be part of the transformation.