Tag: Francis Munywoki


NMG Kicks Out Senior Editors and Managers as it Shifts Gears

Reports reaching Business Today paint a ruthless restructuring that will leave Nation Centre numb for some time.

Standard intensifies hunt for CEO

On Wednesday, the board held a meeting, whose main agenda, according to sources, included the issue of who will replace Sam Shollei, who resigned last year

Standard heads to Xmas a divided house

Acting CEO Orlando Lyomu was heavily critical about the performance of the Mombasa Road-headquartered media house, which last month issued a profit warning

Major changes at Standard as Munywoki quits

The Managing Director, Print Editions tendered his resignation last week to take up a job at rival, Nation Media Group, triggering a reorganisation of media house's top echelons

Standard insiders make a strong push for top jobs

According to sources familiar with the affairs of the group's board of directors, Munywoki could overtake Uchumi Supermarkets CEO Dr Julius Kipngetich in the race to succeed Sam Shollei

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