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From Left-Mr. Gideon Morintat of MultiChoice East Africa, students from Shartuka Secondary School, Mr. Kiptoo William the school principal, The Speaker of Narok County Assembly Hon. Nicholas Kamwaro and Mr. Philip Wahome, Corporate Communications Manager at MultiChoice Kenya Limited.

Multichoice Kenya Limited has launched its GOtv services in Narok County, using 7 secondary schools as resource centres. The service was launched by Philip Wahome, Corporate Communication Manager, MultiChoice Kenya Limited.

GOtv originated from a partnership that was launched in 2011; a collaboration between Multichoice and the National Broadcaster KBC to ensure access to great yet affordable digital TV access for everyone.

GOtv offers both local and international channels. Narok residents can now buy the GOtv decoder, loaded with 2 months GOtv Plus subscription at no additional cost. Alternatively, locals can acquire GOtv Open – this is for those interested in local channels only and is available upon payment of a once off Administration fee of Sh 1,200.