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New CEO appointed to Kenya Airways

Posted 4 May 2017 · Add Comment

Sebastian Mikosz has been named as the new CEO for Kenya Airways following a six month search to replace Mbuvi Ngunze who resigned in November


The board unanimously agreed to appoint Mikosz, who was the CEO at Polish flag carrier LOT for two years before he stepped down in August 2015. Mikosz has more than 20 years experience in executive management both in the private and public sector.
 

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