Manusamoa named C.S.L's new Chief Executive
Computer Services Limited (C.S.L.) has a new Chief Executive Officer.
He is Manusamoa Tuipoloa Anthony Saaga, of Moata’a, Lepea, Vaimoso and Nu’u.
Manusamoa takes over from former C.E.O., the late Laeimau Oketevi Tanuvasa Savea, who passed away in December last year.
Speaking to the Samoa Observer, Manusamoa confirmed his appointment, which was made by the Government three weeks ago.
“I thank God for blessing me with the opportunity to continue my service through my new employment,” he said.
Humbled with his appointment, the 53-year-old declined to comment further.
Manusamoa is currently an Assistant Chief Executive Officer at the Ministry of Communications Information and Technology (M.C.I.T.).
He is also the Manager for the Ministry's Information Technology Department.
He started with the then Post and Telecommunication Department (the predecessor to M.C.I.T.) and worked from 1990 – 1994, before moving to the National Provident Fund where he spent 15 years.
The new C.S.L. Chief will exit the Ministry this Friday and start his new job as the C.E.O. next Monday.