Radio Africa Group hosted a farewell party on Tuesday to honor three esteemed senior staff members who are retiring. The event was a special occasion to express gratitude for their invaluable contributions to the company.
Among those being celebrated were the Group Marketing Manager Caroline Mutoko, the Program Controller Peter Sinclair, and the Group Chief Finance Officer Robert Kibutiri. Mutoko, who is also an influencer and content creator, shot to fame as the long-time host of popular shows on Radio Africa-owned Kiss FM, including the morning show alongside comedian Walter “Nyambane” Mong’are. She worked for the company for more than 20 years and was part of numerous remarkable projects that saw its success.
The party was attended by current and former employees of Radio Africa Group, as well as friends and family of the retirees. Speeches were given by Mutoko, Sinclair, and Kibutiri, as well as by the company’s CEO, Patrick Quarcoo. Quarcoo praised the retirees for their dedication and hard work, and said that they would be missed by the company.
The event was a warm and emotional occasion, as people shared memories and stories about the retirees. It was a fitting way to honor three individuals who have made significant contributions to Radio Africa Group.
Caroline Mutoko’s departure from Radio Africa Group
Caroline Mutoko’s retirement from Radio Africa Group was met with mixed reactions. Some people were sad to see her go, while others felt that it was time for her to move on. Mutoko herself said that she was leaving the company to pursue other opportunities.
Mutoko’s departure from Radio Africa Group marks the end of an era. She was one of the most popular and influential radio personalities in Kenya, and her shows were a staple of the Kenyan airwaves for many years. She will be missed by her fans, but her legacy will continue to live on.