By Watchdog reporter
RwandAir has new Chief Executive officer. This is after John Mirenge was dropped on Wednesday, following a Cabinet meeting chaired by President Paul Kagame.
Col. Chance Ndagano has been named the acting chief executive replacing Mirenge, who has been the CEO since 2010.
Also Lt Col Sylvere Munyaneza is the new Deputy CEO in charge of Operations (COO) whereas Yvonne Manzi Makolo is the Deputy CEO in charge of Corporate Affairs.
This was revealed in a cabinet decision following a regular sitting at Urugwiro Village chaired by President Paul Kagame.
The appointments come barely a day after RwandAir launched a flight to Mumbai, India.
So far RwandaAir has eight air crafts and it has introduced new destinations in West Africa, South African and Dubai among others as well as increasing flight frequency on traditional destinations.
This year, the Airline plans to acquire its fourth Boeing 737-800NG and also to expand its wings to Guangzhou in China, Bamako in Mali, Conakry in Guinea, Lilongwe in Malawi and New York in the U.S.A. RwandAir is an IATA member airline.
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