Board approved NIP vehicle scheme: Eiseb

By Martha Nangombe

NAMIBIA Institute of Pathology’s (NIP) Chairperson of the Board of Directors, Bryan Eiseb, says the Board approved the recently reported vehicle scheme for senior employees during a duly constituted meeting.

He said the decision followed a comprehensive benchmarking comparison with various public and private sector institutions.

Eisen, who stressed the Board’s commitment to transparency and fairness, said this while responding to an article published in a local daily newspaper highlighting the purchase of brand-new cars totalling N$5.3 million for NIP’s top five executives.

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“It is important to note that as the NIP Board, we highly regard our commitment to transparency and fairness. Hence, we reconfirm that the vehicle scheme was approved for the executive management of the NIP at this moment,” he said.

According to Eiseb, the decision was made after conducting a comprehensive benchmarking process that involved various public and private sector institutions.

Contrary to allegations of corruption and fraud, Eiseb asserted the Board’s confidence that the approved vehicle scheme is in NIP’s best interest.

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“As a Board, we remain confident that our decision remains in the best interest of the NIP and is devoid of any corruption or fraud.

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Vehicle schemes of this nature are the norm and not an exception, as they seek to provide market-related benefits for certain job categories,” he said.

Meanwhile, NIP Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Kapena Tjombonde said the board resolution for the vehicle scheme was passed in August and is now being implemented as part of the executives’ employment contracts.

The executives benefiting from the scheme are Tjombonde, Oaitse van Staden (Chief Human Capital Officer), Nabot Uushona (Chief Technical Officer), Vincent Nowaseb (Chief Operations Officer), and Scholastika Mwetulundila (Chief Financial Officer).

Eiseb confirmed that the Board had approved the purchases and emphasised that management is responsible for considering and implementing such schemes.