American international state broadcaster, Voice of America (VOA) has called on its listeners’ viewers to join them as they celebrate the retirement of Straight Talk Africa program host, Shaka Ssali, who hails from Uganda.
“Shaka is retiring at the end of May after 20 years of hosting STA.We want to celebrate his career with you,” Straight Talkalk Africa Tweeted.
“What do you think is Shaka’s legacy? Send us a video here in the comments section or through Facebook Messenger,” the tweet added.
The tweet adds; “State your name, where you are from, and be concise. We will include tributes from fans in the last show with Shaka.”
Meanwhile, people have started appreciating Shaka Ssali ‘s service as a journalist and host of the straight talk africa talkshow.
Dean Katwesigye Chavez via Facebook said, “We are profoundly happy and exceedingly humbled to have had you represent ugandan on the international level, wish you happy retirement.”
Evaristo Siame; What a great journey he has had in the broadcasting Service. We will sure miss this great Servant. Zambia and Africa will always Love you Sir.
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Johanna Leblanc; Shaka will be greatly missed! I will miss his objective analysis. Thank you for giving talents like myself a chance on television across the African continent. It was my first interview with you that opened so many doors for me. Thank you so much, Shaka! I wish you good health