Presenter Joshua Sang is a man of many faces and you might have actually heard about him in Kenya's top flight politics especially in analysis.
Presenter Joshua Sang was once a presenter at the famous kalenjin Radio station, Kass fm before he was implicated in the ICC saga together with the famous ocampo six including the current deputy president William Ruto.
Today, his current radio station,Emmo fm owned by Media max network limited has released a throwback Photo showing Joshua Sang in footballing kits while in action at the field. Joshua Sang is a renowned presenter shrewd in analysing politics and speaking the state of the nation the way it is. He currently hosts the show dubbed,"Speak out " or Mwaa in Kalenjin.
Kenyans have reacted numerously to the photo noting how the presenter has really transformed in shape and in career.
Kenyans were quick to note how far Sang has grown. I quote, " Wacheni Mungu aitwe Mungu" one random Facebook user observed.
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