Public Services Association (PSA) Leader Watson Duke isn’t surprised at all by the seemingly sudden resignation of Dr Lennox Sealy as Executive Manager at the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA).
Sealy, who was leading the charge in the state-owned utility company’s transformation, resigned today after taking up the post in February.
A release from the Public Utilities Ministry said “Government felt that the transformation was not proceeding at a sufficiently rapid pace” but offered no additional details.
Deputy chairman of the WASA Board Ravindra Nanga has assumed the role of Chairman of the Board of Directors.
In a brief voice note over WhatsApp, Duke said Sealy’s exit was expected.
“I was not surprised. I think he worked his way out of a job,” Duke said.