Ex-Minister Franklin Bett, former police boss Mathew Iteere bag government appointments
Former Roads Cabinet Minister Franklin Bett has been appointed the chairperson of the Agricultural Finance Corporation (AFC). In a Gazette Notice dated March 9th, 2016, Bett, who lost in the Jubilee Kericho Senate primaries to Aaron Cheruiyot, will serve for a term of three years effective March 10th.
Joseph Katwa Kigen, who is Deputy President William Ruto’s co-accused at the International Criminal Court (ICC) Joshua Arap Sang’s lawyer, has also been appointed the chairman of the Board of Directors of the Unclaimed Finance Assets Authority effective March 9th, 2016.
Dr. Julius Kones, who contested for the Bomet County Governorship in the 2013 General Election, will serve for another three years as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Water Conservation and Pipeline Corporation after his contract was renewed.
Former Police Commissioner Mathew Iteere has been appointed the chairperson of the Nyayo Tea Zones Development Corporation for a period of three years effective March 9th, 2016.
Equity Bank Chairman Dr. James Mwangi will serve for another three years as the chairperson of the Kenya Vision 2030 Delivery Board after his tenure was renewed by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Celebrated film producer and director Christopher Aubrey Foot will now serve for three years as the chairperson of the Kenya Film Commission following his appointment by President Kenyatta.
Mr. Silas Muriuki has been appointed the chairman of the Local Authorities Provident Fund for a period of three years effective March 9th, 2016.
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