Jaguar quits Nacada board membership job
Rapper Charles Njagua, better known as Jaguar, has resigned from his position as a Board member of the National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Nacada).
In a letter addressed to Nacada, Jaguar cited personal reasons for giving up his position.
“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,” Jaguar wrote.
Jaguar was appointed as board member of Nacada in April 2015. Last year he was also named Water ambassador by the Ministry of Water and Irrigation.