TechInAfrica – CA Kenya (Communications Authority of Kenya) had made a few changes in regards to its senior management, in a mission to enhance its service delivery. The changes act as reassurance for its realized vision of transforming the nation into a digital landscape, according to Ms. Mercy Wanjau, the Acting Director General. The changes have rolled out in the form of review over the available skills and experiences, and the redeployment of the staffs for the requiring sectors. ‘‘This is geared towards enhancement of service delivery, efficiency, and innovation,’’ Wanjau noted.
‘‘The Authority is committed to effectively discharge its mandate to ensure that the ICT sector contributes to the country’s socio-economic growth. To achieve this, one of our Strategic Plan (2018-2023) objectives is to strengthen the institutional capacity and stimulate a high-performance culture,’’ Wanjau said.
Redeployment of the staffs is as follow:
1.Mr. Christopher Kemei, currently the Director/Licensing, Compliance, and Standards has been redeployed as Director/Universal Service Fund (USF).
- Mr. Matano Ndaro, currently the Director, Competition, Tariffs, and Market Analysis has been redeployed as Director/Licensing, Compliance, and Standards.
3.Mr. Maxwell Mosoti, currently Acting Director/Universal Service Fund (USF) has been redeployed as Acting Director/Competition, Tariffs and Market Analysis.
Appointing of the roles:
- Mr. Kipng’etich Rotich, currently Assistant Director/Human Resource Management has been redeployed to the Universal Service Fund (USF) as Assistant Director, Project Monitoring and Evaluation.
- Ms. Beatrice Bonga, currently Manager/Human Resource Services has been appointed Acting Assistant Director/Human Resource Management.
- Ms. Emma Otieno, currently Manager/Corporate Planning has been redeployed to the Universal Service Fund (USF) as Manager/Fund Mobilization and Management.
- Ms. Priscah Motogwa, currently Assistant Manager/Human Resources, has been appointed Acting Manager/Administration.
The Authority is optimistic about these changes, as the staffs are highly eligible from their rich experiences, and that the overall institutional performance and delivery of the Government’s Big 4 Agenda will be greatly improved for the sake of Kenya citizens.