Mbuvi Ngunze to be new Kenya Airways CEO
24 June 2014, 17:40
Nairobi - Kenya Airways has said it had selected Mbuvi Ngunze, the airline's chief operating officer, to be the new chief executive to replace Titus Naikuni who will retire at the end of this year.
Naikuni has been at the company's helm for well over a decade and will retire December 1, 2014.
Kenya Airways is partly owned by Air France- KLM and is considered one of the fastest growing airlines in the world and one of the best in the continent.
Naikuni has been credited with lifting the company from a loss making position to profitability and increasing its customer as well as worldwide reach.
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