Kamoto acting MD Airtel as Mtumbuka heads IT dept Malawi, Zambia

Chief Commercial Manager for leading telecommunications company Airtel, Charles Kamoto is acting managing director of the company in Malawi while Dr Matthews Mtumbuka an information technology (IT) director is now cluster IT governance lead for Malawi and Zambia.

Charles Kamoto acting MD for Airtel Malawi

Charles Kamoto acting MD for Airtel Malawi

Dr Mtumbuka is the Information Technology (IT) Director for Malawi's leading mobile communications operator, Airtel

Dr Mtumbuka is the Information Technology (IT) Director for Malawi’s leading mobile communications operator, Airtel

Kamoto moved from rival Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM) where he worked for 15 years to Airtel as chief commercial manager.

He is the second Malawian to be at the helm of Airtel in Malawi, the first was Dr Saulos Klaus Chilima, who is now State vice president.

Airtel has also moved Mtumbuka from Rwanda back home as Airtel IT manager since February last year.

According to Mtumbuka, he is excited “to be endowed with such a huge task.”

The deployment of Mtumbuka adds value to the commitment of Airtel in diversifying its local and international human resource managerial experiences.

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2 thoughts on “Kamoto acting MD Airtel as Mtumbuka heads IT dept Malawi, Zambia”

  1. Advisory Committee says:

    Airtel inali kale kuli madala a Chilima yikupangitsa mipikisano ya mapick up ma minibus ma prado etc osati zalerozi za ziii

  2. The Analyst says:

    O………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..O
    . . . How come some people have intelligence (the ability to retain and remember ideas) hence succeed in their school while others eeeshhhh, pompopompo kumuuza ka idea, kuiwala hence frustrated and never succeeded in school?
    . . . How come that some people have such people as Mtumbuka or Kamoto as their brother yet others have useless grown-up parasitic town gallivanting drunkards for brothers or sisters hence finding it hard to attain financial freedom?

    Should we be surprised therefore that some people are rich (absolutely or relatively) while others are poor (absolutely or relatively) when, from the word “go”, we were already made different by the invisible hand of the Almighty?

    . . . Should we then blame the government or anybody as to why some people are poor? NO! Trust me, poverty or richness is a journey. It is a collection and combination of little effort and manners, and actions and choices that we do or make over the years. Its not something that we just wake up and realise we are in!
    . . . Should we then blame government or anybody for the miserable life that someone is facing now, when poverty or richness is a collection and combination of what each one of us has been doing since? I don’t think so?

    More often than not, more than 50 percent of our poverty or richness is of our own making; the rest, circumstances. Thus; while we envy people like Mtumbuka and Kamoto; we should consider blaming less on government or anybody for people’s poverty in this country and more on the people themselves!
    O………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………O

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