Vision Group will finally replace its former boss with the former Deputy General of the External Security Organization, Emmanuel Ewaku Allio. He emerged as the best candidate to replace Robert Kabushenga as CEO of the government-owned Vision Group.
In January, Kabushenga announced his retirement from the position. This came after he asked permission from the board to retire early. Sources, however, learned that through a vetting process, Allio emerged as the best replacement for the Industrial Area-based Vision Group.
‘’The vetting process ended with him being the best candidate. I don’t know whether he has been briefed yet but he has been on the list of those looked at as the replacement for Kabushenga,’’ a source who preferred to stay anonymous told reporters.
When asked for a comment, the former war correspondent and investigative writer during William Pike’s reign said he didn’t know about the development. He said nobody had approached him over the issue because he didn’t even apply for the job.
The current director of investment at Operation Wealth Creation said he had no idea of the news.
The recently resigned host of the Morning Show on Nxt Radio also had his name in the race according to reports. Other contenders include Barbara Kaija, the editor in chief of the Vision Group of newspapers. David Mafabi, a presidential aid also appeared on the list.
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