One of Kenya’s leading media houses the Nation Media Group (NMG) has announced major changes to its leadership.
Nation Media Group (NMG) announces major changes
In the new changes that affect NMG’s Newspapers, top editors and writers received promotions while others were re-deployed, with new names expected to join the team.
The changes take effect in March 1, 2019.
The changes saw Bernard Mwinzi appointed Head of production, popular columnist Njoki Chege will be the new Head of Lifestyle. Solomon Omondi was appointed Chief-Sub Editor and Lucas Barasa is the new Editor for Politics & Parliamentary Affairs.
Joe Mbuthia – Quality & Output Editor
John Kiplagat – Assistant Editor
Washington Gikunju - Assistant Editor
Leonard Guchu - Assistant Editor
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Peter Munaita – Editor, Africa Project
Charles Omondi – Foreign and Diplomatic Editor
Aggrey Mutambo – Senior Diplomatic Writer
John Kamau – Head of Content
Joan Pereruan – Visual & Syndications Editor
Francis Wambilyanga – News Editor
Assistant News Editors
Mombasa - Allan Olingo
Kisumu - Caroline Wafula
Eldoret - Jeremiah Kiplangat
Nakuru - Stella Cherono
Kakamega - Benson Amadala
Kariuki Waihenya – Editor, Education
Julius Sigei – Editor, Agriculture
Caroline Njungé – Editor, Society & Magazines
Faith Oneya – Living Editor
Deputy Chief Subs
News - John Wafula
Digital - Hellen Githaiga
Sunday - Martin Mwangi
Editions Editor - Mark Agutu
Editor, Revise Desk - Henry Gekonde
The changes barely two months after NMG announced the appointment of five senior editors in the ongoing restructuring.
According to the Group Editorial Director Mutuma Mathiu, the credibility of the Nation, integrity, quality journalism and editorial independence will still be a top priority for the Group as it moves to solidify its place in the market.
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