Former radio journalist Joshua Sang has landed a job at the State House.
Joshua who was part of the Ocampo Six that were charged in connection with the 2007/2008 Post Election violence that left 1,133 people dead.
The six suspects included former president Uhuru Kenyatta, his deputy at the time, William Ruto, former head of Civil Service Francis Muthaura, former police commissioner Hussein Ali, former TInderet MP Henry Kosgey and radio journalist Joshua sang.
Sang alongside the five other suspects was eventually left off the hook after they were found innocent. President William Ruto seems to have remembered a man he shared a courtroom with over 10 years ago.
Sang has landed a job at State House as the Director, Public Communications in the office of the Chief of Staff and Head of Public Service.
Sand said after the appointment: “Thank you, President William Ruto for appointing me as Director, Public Communications in the office of the Chief of Staff and Head of Public Service.” At the time of his indictment, Sang was working at Kass FM as a Presenter, but would resign to pursue other interests rather silently.
Just this year, sang resigned from Media Max owned Emoo radio, but now will be working at State House.