Award-winning Media Personality Jeff Kuria penned down a message of appreciation to all his fans and bosses at Inooro FM, at a time the SK Macharia owned station is celebrating 18 years of existence.
On Wednesday, the Breakfast show host jot down a beautiful message saluting those who have walked the journey with them, revealing that he has been at the station for the past 14 years.
At the station, Kuria noted that he has done almost everything; from hosting different programs, readings news and doing station voices.
18 years of Great service
“Its been 18 years of Great service to our people. Thank you for the support and may God be with you.
I have been here since 22 January 2007 hosted different programs (Station voice,News,Thandi cia Inooro,Racuria,Kuihuria and Hagaria) Thank you for believing in me.
Special thanks to Fred Afune,Zulu Thiong’o,Vincent Kimani,Wanderi Muturi,Nderitu Waihura,Njogu Njoroge,Wambui Githongo,Referee Mwenyewe,Fidelis Ng’ang’a,Waithira Muithirania,Kamau Kangethe and other colleagues.
It’s been a journey” wrote Jeff Kuria.
The statement attracted lots of positive vibrations from his fans and followers, who joined the star in celebrating his journey in the media industry.
14 Years at Inooro
On January 27, 2021, Kuria was celebrating 14 years in the media Industry and he was grateful about it.
In a message shared via his social media platforms, the Inooro FM Breakfast host, attributed his growth to the people who believed in him, colleagues and listeners.
The Hagaria host went on to state that he is optimistic about the future and believes that he will continue impacting lives through the airwaves.
“It’s 14years since I joined Inooro FM as a voice artist.An amazing journey it has been and I thank God .I attribute my growth to the people that believed in me , my fellow colleagues and listeners .I am hopeful about the future and I know we will continue impacting each other through the airwaves.
Kuria’s post was accorded a warm reception, as many of the comments left under it, lauded him for a job well in the media industry.
Last year, Kuria was among 68 Kenyans who were awarded the “The Presidential Order of Service (Uzalendo Award)” by President Uhuru Kenya for exhibiting exemplary service in helping the country steer through the current Coronavirus pandemic.