Public institution are witnessing many administrative changes since the war on graft heightened in the country.
Latest in the hook is the NTSA. Awhile back the Interior Cabinet secretary Fred Matiangi’ cautioned that they were going to shake the institution until its reformed following the Dusit terrorists Vehicle saga.
The mission has begun as the board of the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) on Friday dismissed senior officials in a major shake up.
In a statement,the transport authority announced staff reorganizations which saw several positions declared vacant.
“In the coming weeks, we shall be advertising key management positions aimed at improving our capacity to meet stakeholder expectations
“The positions to be filled are; Director Registration and Licensing, Director Road Safety, Deputy supply Chain, Deputy Director Motor vehicle Inspection, Manager Supply Chain and Manager ICT,” the statement read in part.
Board Chairman Jackson Waweru stated that 227 employees working in the motor vehicle inspection and registration department had been transferred in the changes.
“The Board is committed to orienting the Authority towards increased levels of accountability and performance; and to execute sustainable measures for enhancing efficient, reliable and safe roads in Kenya,” he stated.