Singer Jaguar has stepped down as a director at the National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse. He tendered his resignation on January 31, 2017, citing that he did so due to personal issues.
Barely three years after popular musician Charles Njagua Kanyi aka Jaguar was appointed to the board of National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse, the singer has handed his resignation letter.
He tendered his resignation on January 31, 2017 citing that he did so due to personal issues.
“I would like to tender my resignation as a Board Member of the National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA) effective immediately due to personal reasons,” Jaguar said
“Serving as a NACADA Board Member has been a fulfilling learning experience and deeply appreciate all the cooperation from the Board, management and staff in the campaign against alcohol and drug abuse.”Thank you for the privilege to serve Kenyans.”
Jaguar was appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta on April 27, 2015 as part of the board.
Not once has the singer threatened to quit the board.At one point he even gave Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery two weeks to stop corruption at the agency, or he quits.
He has not revealed he’s next move though rumor has it that he’s gearing to vie for Starehe MP Seat.
“Yes I resigned today so as to attend to other matters. Just know that for now,” he said on phone after speaking to Elijah Gitau of The Star.
Jaguar, on June 29 2015 asked the president to address “massive corruption” at Nacada and threatened to quit again if action was not taken.
Watch Jaguar talking about resigning on the clip below: