Mudavadi endorses for the appointment of a Kenyan to replace Bob Collymore

Photo: The Late Safaricom CEO William Robert Collymore/Courtesy

Who do you think can fit in Bob Collymore’s shoes?

This is the hard question that Kenyans have brushed shoulders on social media arguing who will best fit in that position.Most netizens are against a Kenyan taking over that prestigious position.

They have justified their argument with some stating that Kenyans have an ingrained tendency of applying underground means to gain wealth which will eventually run dry Safaricom.

However ANC Leader Musalia Mudavadi has argued that a Kenyan too can lead just like Collymore did.

Photo: ANC Leader Musalia Mudavadi during the past function/courtesy

During the memorial service which was held at The All Saints Cathedral in Nairobi, Musalia Mudavadi has insisted that despite Bob Collymore’s footprint, a Kenyan can do it too.

Musalia has argued that Safaricom has many Kenyan workers who have the potential to lead the leading Telecommunication company.

Sylvia Mulinge is among the top ranked individuals who are eyeing the top position in Safaricom but the Company settled on Michael Joseph as it re-structures.

Photo: The Late Bob Collymore and Sylvia Mulinge during the past function/courtesy

Musalia has credited Bob and Michael Joseph who is currently the Interim CEO for Safaricom in their efforts to downplay the monopoly that had clouded the country through proper running of Safaricom.

The Memorial service was also attended by President Uhuru who revealed that Bob Collymore asked him to take care of his wife Waambui and his kids.

The Deputy President William Ruto also poured Bob with lots of praises on how he has transformed the Telecommunication industry in the country.

Peter Kenneth on his side stated how Bob grew to become a unifying factor in the ‘Boyz Club’.

But do you think A Kenyan should be granted the mandate to be the next CEO of Safaricom?

Who can you endorse for that position?

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