George Njao appointed new NTSA boss

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Francis Meja successfully completed his full term contract
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George Njao has been appointed the new Director General at the National Transport and Safety Authority-NTSA on a three-year term.

In a statement, acting chairperson NTSA Board, Dr. Alice Chesire, said Njao was appointed following a rigorous interview process spearheaded by the board after its inauguration in February, this year.

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Chesire said Njao has over 15 years of experience in the transport sector specifically in safety management which presents a great opportunity for the Authority.

He holds a Master’s degree and a Bachelor of Science degree from Central Missouri State University, USA.

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Njao is taking over from Francis Meja who successfully completed his full term contract.

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At the same time Chesire has further said the board has appointed Badu Katelo the Director, Road Safety.

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Christopher Wanjau was appointed Director, Registration and Licensing while  Shalakha Shem – was appointed Deputy Director, Supply Chain Management to boost the performance of the Authority.

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