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Joshua Arap Sang Quits Radio After 24 Year-Career

His career was disrupted when he featured on the infamous 'Ocampo six' list

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Joshua Sang’ has called time on his radio career after 24 years on the airwaves. Mediamax-owned Emoo FM was his last station.

His radio career saw him work for Christian stations Sayari and Biblia Husema, before making a lane in Kalenjin vernacular radio with stints at Kass FM and, later, Emoo FM.

His career was disrupted when he featured on the infamous ‘Ocampo’ list of six Kenyans indicted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for crimes against humanity following the Post Election Violence (PEV) of 2007/08.

All the cases were eventually dropped. Sang’ had been charged alongside, among others, President William Ruto and former President Uhuru Kenyatta. The presenter was accused of making inflammatory statements on Kass FM at the height of the tension and fueling violence.

Sang’ confirmed his exit from radio on Friday, March 24. Looking back on his career, he stated that he was proud of his achievements and thankful for the relationships he had built.

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“I cannot thank you enough for the lessons you have taught me and the friendship you have so freely given. I will miss working with you and engaging with you. It has been 24 years journey that began in Sayare 1999, through Bibilia Husema in 2003, Kass FM in 2005 and now ending at Emoo FM/Media Max,” he stated.

He thanked their colleagues for the support over the years and wished them the best in their future endeavours.

“I may no longer be able to call you my colleagues or my fans listeners but I leave with friends, memories, and lessons learned from each of you,” he asserted.

Sang also sought to thank the executives for handing him opportunities at different outlets.

“It is pleasure to have been part of your great companies. God bless you all and thank you for allowing me to reach you through airwaves for 24 years.”

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