carol radull exits radio africa group after 21 years

 Carol Radull [Photo courtesy]>

Carol Radull [Photo courtesy]

by Beatrice Ambasa August 2, 2021

Veteran sports presenter Carol Radull has taken the internet by storm after announcing that she will be exiting Radio Africa Group.

The media personality has been working in the company for 21 years and during her time, she had major achievements in her career.

The media personality who's also the CEO of Jaza Stadi initiative and an avid Arsenal fan used to host the Score Kenya, a sports show on Kiss 100 every Saturday afternoon.

Taking to Instagram in a statement on Saturday night, Radull detailed her 21-year career at the media station, noting that she is proud of the achievements she made while at Radio Africa.

She singled out launching Radio Jambo, Radio Africa Digital department, Bamba sport and hiring top hosts like Gidi Gidi, Fred Arocho and Bramwell Mwololo as some of her key achievements.

She wrote;

‘31st July 2021 marks the end of a 21 year relationship. I joined the Radio Africa Group on the 8th of Aug 2000 as a news reporter and was soon promoted to be the head of News at Kiss 100.’ She said in a part

She also thanked her boss for giving her an opportunity to do what she loves best.

‘Patrick Quarcoo; you are a strange super genius and I will respect you forever.

You gave me support and opportunities that many Kenyans only dream off. I will be forever grateful.

To sports fans; see you on the other side!