Daily Monitor, the flagship product of the Monitor Publications Limited has restructured its staff in a bid to give a competitive edge over competitor.
Daily Monitor new paper has often restructured its staff and the latest is part of the ongoing restructuring aimed at improving quality and creating effectiveness.
Sources at Nation Media Group (NMG) in Nairobi told EagleOline, that within a few months’ time, all NMG platforms in Uganda will operate under one platform and this could be the beginning of the process that will see NTV, East African, Monitor, KFM among other work under one roof.
“This is to bring to your attention a few re-designations in the newsroom, specifically in the features and production sections, over the last few weeks. The re-designations are aimed at improving the quality of our products/content, creating efficiency and putting the best hands in the best place” reads a massage from top editorial bosses.
In the new changes, Ms Shelia Wamboga who joined the paper four years ago from Red Pepper becomes Seeds of Gold Editor while Ms Peninah Asiimwe who as well originates from Red Pepper becomes Education Magazine Editor replacing Mr. David Gumisiriza who moves to production desk as a Sub Editor.
Ms Flora Aduku who has stood with the paper for long time will manage daily features in addition to weekend. Aduku has been assigned the daily features docket on top of her weekend docket after Mariam Nakisekka who was daily features Editor exited the company.
“Apologies for not having communicated some of the earlier changes immediately as they happened. However discussions were held with the individuals members involved immediately the changes were effected.
Congratulations to those who have been given new assignments. Let’s accord them all the necessary support”.