Robert Kabushenga Retires from New Vision

BY: Eyalama In Business, News On

New Vision newspaper chief executive officer Robert Kabushenga has resigned. The media outlet announced Friday morning that Kabushenga had revealed his decision in an email.

“This is to let you know that for personal reasons I have asked the Board for an early retirement and this has been accepted,” he was quoted.

“”I am proud of the success we achieved and the impact we have had in society. This was possible because we worked together as a team. For me, it was an absolute honor and pleasure to have done so.”

According to Vision Group, Kabushenga said he would oversee a 90-day transition, as requested by the Board, before moving on.

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Kabushenga is expected to concentrate on farming, which has been his passion over the past years.

He previously served among others as the head of the Uganda Media Center.

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