Radio Africa Group on Tuesday organized a farewell party for three senior staff members who are retiring.
The farewell party was held to honour the outgoing Group Marketing Manager Caroline Mutoko, Program Controller Peter Sinclair, and Group Chief Finance Officer Robert Kibutiri.
Radio Africa Group CEO Patrick Quarcoo, Chief Operating Officer Martin Khafafa, as well as the staff were present.
Kibutiri who has worked in the company for 23 years was grateful for the time he served the company and all the staff.
"Thank you so much Patrick for the privilege and honour, for letting me grow as a leader," he said.
He said he is looking forward to the company getting to 25 years as he would want to attend the silver jubilee party.
Quarcoo in his remarks thanked the outgoing staff for their great performance over the period they served the company.
He attributed the success of the company to the dedication to excellence of its divisional leadership.
"You are some of the really exceptional people that I have worked with. You always rose to the occasion going above the call of duty and creating some of the most incredible moments in our history," he said.
He lauded the team for their dedication, focus and attention to detail in delivering great radio to the country.
"23 years on, our radio stations still remain the very best in the country and in Africa. I hope those who are remaining behind will continue with the tradition and keep up the good work," Quarcoo said.
Khafafa on the other hand thanked the outgoing staff not forgetting to mention that he has learnt many things from them over the years they have worked together.
He also appreciated seeing many young faces in the company saying they are the future of the company and urged them to learn from the excellence and dedication of those who had come before them.
"The future of the company is this young faces and I am so happy to see many," Khafafa said.
Radio Africa's radio stations according to the latest Geopoll International radio market research hold the Nos 1, 2 and 4 positions in overall audiences in Nairobi reach.
The company's radio stations have 87% of the adult radio listening audience in the country on a monthly basis.
Its radio stations have the biggest combined reach of any radio group in the country.