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FKE

 

Following the successful elections held at the 57th National Annual General Meeting, We are pleased to inform that the following have been elected to the Management Board and Board of Trustees for the Federation of Kenya Employers.

 

Mr. Mark Joseph Obuya,

National President

Chief Executive Officer

Corporate Insurance Company (K) Ltd

 

Mr. Habil Olaka,

First National Vice President

Chief Executive Officer

Kenya Bankers Association

 

Ms. Gilda Odera

Second National Vice President

Managing Director

Skyweb Technologies Limited

 

Mr. Linus Wang’ombe Gitahi, MBS

Immediate Past President

Chairman,

Tropikal Brands (K) Limited,

 

Mr. John Kipkorir,

Chairman,

Private Security Training Academy,

 

Eng. Erastus K. Mwongera, FIEK, KCE, CBS

Chairman

Sameer Africa

 

Mr. Charles Owelle

Regional Vice President,

FKE Western Kenya Branch

Managing Director,

Chemelil Sugar Company Limited

 

Mr. Zulfikarali Haroonani,

Regional Vice President,

FKE Coast Branch

Director

Shehnai Restaurant

 

Mr. Apollo N Kiarii

Regional Vice President,

FKE Rift Valley Branch

Executive Officer

Kenya Tea Growers’ Association

 

Mr. Patrick E. O Obath, MBS

C/O Eduardo & Associates

Laiboni Centre

 

Mr. Michael Macharia

Chief Executive Officer

Kenya Association of Hotelkeepers

 

Eng. David Onyango

Managing Director

Kisumu Water & Sewerage Company Ltd

 

Mr. John Karanja

Director,

Kenya Security Industry Association,

 

Mrs. Tabitha Karanja

Chief Executive Officer,

Keroche Breweries Limited,

 

Mr. Joe Muganda

Chief Executive Officer

Nation Media Group

 

Mr. Christopher H. Malavu,

Board of Trustees

Managing Director,

4M Enterprises,

(within Limuru Bata Premises)

 

Mr. Aram M. Mbui, AFAE, MKIM

Board of Trustees

Managing Director,

Rift Valley Machinery Services Ltd.

 

 

Mr. Hirji Shah, OGW

Board of Trustees

Director,

Kaluworks Ltd.

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