Kenya Airways Begins Search For CEO To Succeed Ngunze
BRUSSELS—Kenya Airways has launched a search for a new CEO after Mbuvi Ngunze confirmed last week he will be leaving the Nairobi-based airline in the first quarter of 2017. Ngunze’s resignation comes just one month after the Kenyan flag carrier announced a return to operational profitability...
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