Resignations Rock Vision Group As New CEO Wanyama Unleashes Massive Shakeup

Resignations Rock Vision Group As New CEO Wanyama Unleashes Massive Shakeup

By Ivan Mwine
The new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Vision Group, Don’t Wanyama, has started cracking the whip at the government -owned media conglomerate.

Our Moles at the Industrial Area based Vision Group reveal that Wanyama, who is the former Presidential Secretary, announced a few new changes in operations at the company which have forced several top managers to prematurely resign their jobs.

According to our Moles some of the senior managers that have resigned so far include Geoffrey Kulubya, who was the managing Editor Bukedde Newspaper, Bills Tibaingana, who was Broadcast Strategist, among others.

Their resignation came shortly after the exit of senior editor John Kakande, who retired a few weeks ago in a similar style of like that of former CEO Robert Kabushenga,  who threw in the towel early this year and resorted to agriculture.

“This is to let you know that for personal reasons I have asked the Board for an early retirement and this has been accepted,” Kabushenga was quoted as having said in a statement after his retirement.

He said he was moving on to full-time coffee farming at his Rugyeyo farm in Wakiso district after leaving the company which he had headed as CEO since January 1, 2007, after replacing William Pike.

The insiders however reveal that there is a thick cloud of tension hovering over many people’s heads at Vision Group as they wonder who is next on the way out because of tough new changes that Wanyama is implementing in his bid yo restructure management of the entity.

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