Wallace Kantai quits NTV to head communications department at Central Bank of Kenya
Central Bank of Kenya has a new Head of Communications in the name of Wallace Kantai. If you are a fan of business news, you definitely know Wallace Kantai. Many business lovers came to love Wallace Kantai for his presentation and panel moderation skills where he managed to present business news professionally and proficiently. At NTV, Wallace rose in the ranks to become NTV’s Business Editor.
As a media personality, Wallace Kantai has had the chance to interview and interact with high level business leaders, global political faces, and policy makers both at governmental and non-governmental organisations. Central Bank of Kenya has taken him on-board to head its communications department in recognition that Wallace Kantai has interviewed and interacted with many world and regional leaders, heads of global businesses, and policymakers.
According to the press statement sent to Chetenet.com by Central Bank announcing the appointment of their new Head of Communications, Wallace Kantai is said to have served as a moderator for a number of high level panels and conferences and that the experience of Mr. Kantai extends beyond the media as he has also held positions in Information Technology sector, and in the nonprofit and public fields in Kenya, South Africa and United Kingdom.
As Mr. Kanti takes over his role at the Central Bank of Kenya, many would hope that he uses his position at the helm of the banking industry to influence policy direction on the value of land question. Over the years, Mr. Kantai has remained vocal over Kenya’s property bubble that he has insisted is about to burst. He has also taken it upon himself to vividly explain the dangers of the over priced land in and around Nairobi.
We at Chetenet.com take this opportunity to wish Wallace Kanti all the best as he seek to bring to the public the happenings at Central Bank of Kenya.
The press statement by Central Bank of Kenya concludes, “CBK welcomes Wallace to the Bank fraternity and looks forward to leveraging on his wide experience in the communications and related fields, in our efforts to ensure an open and vibrant exchange with members of the media and the public at large.”