Hello Michael, I see your text now and worse still I see a story on me on your blog. That is inaccurate information; RE: My resignation. I have done no such thing. It would have been best for you to get in touch with the HR at both MTN and Telkom Kenya before filing such piece that has the potential of ruining someone’s reputation.
Michael, I will only say this one more time; I have not resigned. Whoever gave you that information clearly does not know me as well as they say. And I am extremely disturbed that you refuse to pick up my calls when as we speak my reputation is being misconstrued via your online platform. Please take that information down and rectify that statement. If not, I will be forced to take the necessary appropriate remedial action.
Telkom Kenya Orange is currently looking for a replacement for George Mlaghui, the firm’s Chief Corporate Communications Officer who is set to leave the telco for MTN Business.
According to sources, Telkom Kenya has already contracted two recruitment firms to help in identifying a suitable replacement to take over from Mlaghui who has been with the local Orange Group subsidiary from mid 2011.
(TOP: George Mlaghui, reported to be leaving Telckom Kenya-Orange for MTN Business Kenya).
The sources further stated the vacant position at Telkom Kenya won’t be advertised but just filled once a suitable candidate comes forth.
It’s however not clear which position Mlaghui is taking over at MTN Business Kenya.
Mlaghui took over his current role at Telkom Kenya in late 2013 following the resignation of Maureen Sande who left the firm to join then newly-formed PR outfit Red House Group as the MD of Media Edge PR.
Before to joining Telkom Kenya as Media Liaison officer, Mlaghui worked at Access Kenya and Aoex Porter Novelli (a PR firm).