Former ICC Suspect Joshua Araap Sang Announces Retirement From Journalism.
Joshua Araap Sang is a Kenyan Journalist for over 24 Years, born in Kitale, Trans Nzoia county back in 1975. Up to his retirement he was the head of operations at mediamax owned radio station Emoo FM. In 2003 he got married to Truphosa Sang.
After the 2007/2008 post election violence Joshua Araap Sang who was then the head of operations at KASS FM, together with others among the the current President William Ruto and other were accused at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in Hague, Netherlands for taking part in the violence. But they were later found not guilty by the international court
On 5th April 2016, trial chamber V(A) decided, by majority that the case against William Ruto and Joshua Araap Sang were terminated.
After his case was dropped Joshua Araap Sang made a comeback to the radio waves this time round heading the operations at mediamax owned radio station Emoo FM.
However today on 23rd March Joshua Araap Sang has announced his retirement from journalism, he made this announcement on his social media account.
“TIME TO SAY GOOD BYE.
To all my fans, colleagues and bosses.Today is my last day working as a radio broadcaster. It is with a heavy heart that I say goodbye to you. I cannot thank you enough for the lessons you’ve taught me and the friendship you’ve 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 BIBLIA HUSEMA in 2003, KASS FM in 2005 and now ending at EMOO FM/MEDIA MAX…
“It has been both challenging and exciting.To my media max staff ,I wish you all great things, 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. It’s been a pleasure getting to know and working with you during my time in the media.To Emoo Fm and Media max teams,I never thought this day would come, but here we are! It was an honor to work in this company and get to know each one of you…
“Thank you for all your love and support. I’ll never forget you.I want to express my sincere appreciation to all the CEOs I have worked with for all the support and encouragement you have given me in my media career. Thanks for shaping me into what I am today. It’s a pleasure to have been a part of your great companies.
To my radio listeners all through, GOD BLESS YOU ALL and THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING ME TO REACH YOU THROUGH AIRWAVES for 24 years.”