Road Safety Agency, RTSA, sacks three Directors, reports Daily Mail


Three Directors and a Senior employee have been fired at the Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA), a move reportedly meant to attain organisational management renewal and direction.

Those fired were Director for Road Safety, Alinani Msisya, Director for Transport, Joseph Mumba and Director of Human Resource, Mundi Chibale Mwanza.

Daily Mail reports that Janet Mumba, a Procurement Specialist, had also been fired.

RTSA Chief Executive Officer, Amon Mweemba, confirmed the development to Daily Mail.

“I can confirm that that it is true. We have done that in order to re-orient management. I think we need management to move in a different direction.

“At the moment, we are going up and down like a yoyo, in terms of road deaths. We are not getting on top of it and as an agency we are not moving at all,” Mweemba said.

On the action being an alleged an act of victimisation, Mweemba said it could not be, adding that he had waited over a year ago to review the operations of the agency.

“If I had wanted to victimise anyone, I would have done it immediately I went there as CEO.

“I had time to work with these ladies and gentlemen foe one year and four months and I have to conclude that we need a change of manpower at the top in order to streamline the way we are doing things,” he said.

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