Rumor has it that the services of Mr Martin Gilbert Barrow, who was appointed as Advisor after the MAS-AirAsia share swap, was terminated last week by En Ahmad Jauhari Yahya (AJ), the CEO of MAS . Can someone confirm this?
If this was true then it must be a great relief to MAS in every sense of the word as Mr Martin Gilbert Barrow was just another “dead wood”. Due credit must be given to AJ for making a bold decision in the best interest of MAS which should be supported by all in MAS. A feather in the cap for AJ.
It is the duty of all Malaysians to ensure that MAS must not fail as MAS is one of our international ambassadors, national icons and, most of all, national institutions.
Beside the obvious remnant from the infamous MAS-AirAsia share swap, there are still many more “dead wood” left in MAS that must be rid off in order for MAS to function like a premier airline.
It is hoped that Mr Martin Gilbert Barrow will not be the last of the “dead wood” to be given the boot. Good show AJ.