Prof. Ngumi Hands over to Her New Finance Counterpart

Prof. Ngumi (left) hands over documents to Prof. Moirongo

Prof. Ngumi (left) hands over to Prof. Moirongo

Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Administration Prof. Victoria Wambui Ngumi has formally handed over some of the departments that were formerly under Administration, Planning and Development Division, to the first Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Finance Prof. Bernard Otoki Moirongo.

In a brief ceremony held in the Council Room, Wednesday, October 29, Prof. Ngumi who has now effectively taken charge of the newly restructured Administration Division, welcomed her counterpart to his new docket and subsequently handed over documents from the three sections that were hitherto domiciled in the  former Administration, Planning and Development Division, namely; Estates, Procurement and Finance Departments.

During the handing over, Prof. Ngumi shared a divisional panoramic brief to her counterpart on the status of the three sections, as well as critical tips on the dynamics and workings of the new division especially as it relates to the three departments that have been moved to the Finance Division.

Prof. Ngumi assured Prof. Moirongo of her total support, willingness and openness to consultation on all issues especially those that may require clarification.

Prof. Moirongo, while receiving the documents said, both of them will work in harmony and will from time to time consult each other as they work towards streamlining their respective dockets to ensure the university fulfills its mandate to its stakeholders.

Appointment of the two Deputy Vice Chancellors was announced by Vice Chancellor, Prof. Mabel Imbuga, yesterday.

The ceremony was also witnessed by University officials who included the Acting Finance Officer Reardon Indimuli; Acting Administration Registrar Dr. Jane Ng’ethe; Chief Procurement Officer Susan Bukhala; Head of Estates Department Hellen Karu; Human Resources Manager Simon Otieno; Legal Officer Richard Wakaba; and Acting Chief Corporate Communications Officer Dr. Michael Ngonyo.

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