Matiang’i taps an appointment from classroom

from a total of 26 candidates, Education cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has appointed Mwenda Ntarangwi as the new Chief executive officer (CEO) for the Commission for University Education (CUE) with effect from September 5.

The renown professor who was working as an associate professor teaching at Calvin college will serve for a period of five years replacing Prof David Some who is retering on September 4.

Dr Matiang’i made the appointment in a letter dated July 17.

“Your appointment comes at a time when the university education sector is going through a series of reflection and reforms. I wish you the very best as you take this post,” said Dr Matiang’i.

“I look forward to working with you as you steer the university regulatory framework to greater heights, with an eye on the highest quality, efficiency, effective leadership and management in the university education sector,” he said

The interviews for the position were held on July 12 and 13 where seven applicants participated who included the former Egerton University Vice-chancellor James Tuitoek, acting chief executive officer Walter Oyawa, Anne Nangulu who is Deputy CEO in charge of quality, audit and standards at the commission, Prof Nathan Ogechi, Deputy Vice-chancellor in charge of student’s affairs at Moi University, Prof Christopher Shisanya and Kenyatta University Deputy Vice-chancellor (Administration) Prof John Okumu.

 

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