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The new CEO of RwandAir takes up office

Posted 25 April 2018 · Add Comment

The outgoing Chief Executive Officer of RwandAir, Chance Ndagano has officially handed over to Yvonne Manzi Makolo after her appointment as the new Chief Executive Officer of RwandAir last Friday.

 

Ndagano thanked the RwandAir management, the RwandAir Board of Directors and the staff in general for their support in all that the company had achieved in the past one year. Col. Ndagano also commended the new CEO:

“I am very confident that Yvonne as someone I have been working together with, will carry on from here and make RwandAir a success” he said. He added that the board members and senior management of RwandAir should carry on their support and take RwandAir to the next level.

Makolo in her statement thanked Chance Ndagano for his contribution towards the growth of the airline. “It has been a pleasure and honor working with you to grow the airline.” She also added “I also appreciate the support of our line Ministry and the board of directors and look forward to continuing working with you in this new position.”

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