St Helena Government’s (SHG) new Business Manager, Caesar Bond Nayoto, took on his new role in the Education & Employment Directorate on Tuesday, 11 June 2019.
Caesar has been appointed on a local contract and his main duties will include overseeing and leading the business operations of the Directorate with overall responsibility for Administration, Finance, HR and Procurement sections.
“When I got here, I was amazed by the friendly and courteous gestures of the local people and thought to myself; if all people around the world were like the Saints that would be a great leap towards making the world a better and safer place to live in.”
Director of Education & Employment, Wendy Benjamin, added:
“I am really pleased to welcome Caesar as part of our team in Education. There is much for him to learn in relation to the workings of SHG and the Directorate but I am confident that he will rise to these challenges. I wish Caesar well in his new role and I hope that he will enjoy working with us.”
Caesar has management and technical qualifications in Electronics and Electrical Engineering and 13 years management experience. He holds a postgraduate qualification in Financial Management from the University of Gloucestershire and is currently doing a dissertation for a Master of Business Administration with the same university.
Caesar is a level one cricket coach and has held different portfolios within Zimbabwe Cricket in Development, Cricket Operations and as the Zimbabwe National Cricket Team Manager to the 2014 ICC T20 World Cup. He is ready to volunteer his services to coaching children during his spare time.
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18 June 2019