Naikuni leaves Kenya Airways a month early
22 September 2014, 15:20
Nairobi - Titus Naikuni will leave his post as Kenya Airways CEO a month earlier than expected.
Naikuni was set to leave the airline at the end of November 2014 but in a statement released by the company Monday, it has been announced that he will instead leave at the end of October.
" The board has accepted the resignation of Mr Titus Naikuni as chief executive officer with effect from October 31, it read.
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Naikuni has been at the helm of the national carrier for a decade and will be replaced by Mbuvi Ngunze who is the current chief operations officer at the company.
Naikuni has since been appointed to the Rift Valley Railways RVR Board.
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