West Media Ltd company has picked a new Operations Manager after the veteran Nandemu Barasa joine the Parliament.
The long-serving media company has picked Mr. Dalmus Sakali to take over Mr. Nandemu’s office with immediate effect.
In an interview with WakajuanessLive.Com, Mr. Nandemu thanked West Media Ltd for giving him an opportunity to grow in the media sector, rising from a correspondent back in 2010 to the Operations Manager in 2013 until his exit in July last year.
“I want to thank West Media Ltd, fans and colleagues who have helped me grow. Without them, I don’t know what paragraphs people would be penning about me out there,” he said through a telephone conversation on Monday.
Nandemu, who had also groomed Mr. Sakali at the same media house, has wished him well, lauding his commendable job.
“I want to congratulate my brother Dalmas Sakali who, according to how I have seen him work, is capable of propelling West Media Ltd to the highest level.”
During his tenure at the helm of the Bungoma-based power house, Mr. Nandemu masterminded the growth of West FM Radio that gave birth to West TV and sister vernacular radio, Mumbo FM.
Nandemu left West Media to join the National Assembly of Kenya where he now works as the Public Relations Officer, having a Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Kibabii University in Bungoma.
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— Willy Kibali (@willy_kibali) October 16, 2022
His successor is a graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and Media Technology from Maseno University.
Confirming the take over, Mr. Sakali said he is prevailed to have worked under Nandemu, promising fans of bigger things to come.
“I want to thank everyone for this chance. I’ve worked here at West Media since 2015 and humbled to rise through the ranks to this far and I urge our fans to stay tuned for bigger things,” Mr. Sakali told this writer.
Sakali has returned to West Media Ltd barely a year after joining the Standard Group as KTN Reporter.
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