Organizational Announcement: I-Go Africa (Kenya) New Team Members
Mechanized Services Operations
I would like to introduce two new employees who are joining our Company today,
Justus Mulama and John Muchiri . These two individuals are plant mechanics by profession and bring in a wealth of experience to the table. With regard to that, I would like you to welcome both Justus and John to the Go Africa team. Justus will take on the role of Head Mechanic IGO Africa.
All mechanics and machine operators will report into him. He will provide supervisory guidance, and instill discipline in our entire mechanized operation. This change is effective immediately. He will be supported by John Muchiri who will work closely with the operators and other mechanic(s). Fredrick Sakwa will report into Justus.
As Head Mechanic, Justus will partner closely with Magdalene Mbaghi who is responsible for field coordination, planning and accounting . Magdalene has shown good drive and is tasked with elevating our planning and coordination efforts. I also expect Magdalene to exhibit the highest integrity levels while working. She will closely collaborate with the National Irrigation Authority on planning as well as farmer group leaders and farmer production office. Reporting into Magdalene will be Peter Barasa.
We are here to build a sustainable business and processes, procedures and standards must be adhered to. I will be looking at Justus to provide leadership, where he will streamline standards of maintenance, operation and reporting.
Rice Trade Operations
I would also like to officially welcome Pascal Kumero into the Company as a Modern Trade Sales representative. Pascal brings significant experience having worked in the field for over 15 years. His main objectives will be to work in tandem with Benjamin Kobare to fortify Victoria Grain as a leading rice brand across Kenya. Pascal will concentrate on establishing markets in Busia, Siaya, Bungoma, Kakamega, TransNzoia . I look forward to working with Pascal.
Welcome Justus, John and Pascal.
Hilary T. Akhaabi , CEO Indigenous Go Africa