Wangai Ndirangu’s tenure as chairman of the Kenya National Highways Authority has ended. 

On July 22, 2019, Ndirangu was named a director of the Premier Road Agency. Friday was his last day of employment. 

Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia did not extend his tenure as a director. 

Given that he possesses the director credentials required by the Kenya Roads Act of 2007, he is no longer able to act as a chair. 

The most well-known of the three road scions established by a law of parliament to promote reforms in the roads industry is KeNHA. 

Others include the Kenya Roads Board, Kenya Rural Roads Authority, and Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KRB).

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