The Houston Health Department is taking additional steps to protect the health of our community by making requirements and recommendations meant to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and reduce the number of people infected.

Effective March 17, 2020 at 8 a.m.:

Bars and nightclubs in the city of Houston must cease operations for 15 days.Food service establishments in the city of Houston must cease on-site dining service for 15 days.

Restaurant carry-out, delivery and drive-thru service, third-party delivery services, and grocery stores are not affected by the requirements.

The Houston Health Department broadened its COVID-19 social distancing guidance for the general public. The department now recommends all Houstonians stay away from groups of ten or more people where there will be close contact with others.

For more information visit  https://houstonemergency.org/covid19/


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Andrew Njoroge Njeri (Captain)

Andrew Njoroge Njeri popularly known as (Captain)started off the media industry in Eldoret town working for Sayare Radio as a vernacular producer and on air announcer.

He moved to Kenya Broadcasting Corporation's Coro FM as an on air presenter in 2003 where he worked till 2011 when he relocated to USA.

While in Coro FM Captain Njoroge Njeri ( CNN ) conducted various live interviews with Politicians like Hon Moody Awori the then VP, Hon Uhuru Uhuru Kenyatta then the Minister of Finance and DPM, Hon Ruto then the Minister of Agriculture, Hon Martha Karua then the Minister for Constitutional affairs among many other prominent persons.

To this day, Captain's programs remain fresh in the ears of his funs and this made him develop the need to continue broadcasting online.

As a result Trumpet of Hope Media Ministry was founded as a tool to inform, entertain, educate the Kenyans in the Diaspora.

Our programs cut across the whole person paying respect to the power of communication in ressolving common social problems within the society. We host Kenyans who are successfully working in different fields and this inspires the audience.

We have programs targeting

1. Family

2. Youth issues including career, peer pressure, alcoholism and drug addiction, identity crisis.

3. Our health shows include mental health, suicide prevention and stress management in the immigrant community.

4. Business and investment both in the US and back in Kenya.

5. Spiritual matters where we host different speakers to preach, teach and pray.

Visit our website www.captainrtv.com and Download the Trumpet of Hope CaptainRTV app to listen to daily live shows and podcasts of your choice.

We are live on:
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