George Njao appointed new NTSA boss

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.

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.

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

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

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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