Ambassador Mahboub appointed new Kenya Power chairman

Written By: Beth Nyaga

Ambassador Mahboub

Kenya Power has named Engineer Mahboub Maalim Mohamed as its new chairman replacing former Speaker Kenneth Marende who had served the role since 2014.

Mohamed is a former Permanent Secretary in Ministry of State for Special Programmes in Office of the President from 2003 to 2008 when he was appointed an Assistant Minister Electricity and Renewable Energy.

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Mahboub is an Executive Director at Inter-Governmental Authority on Development, IGAD.

He was also an ambassador to the IGAD.

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He was elected to the board by the company’s shareholders during an Annual General Meeting held in December last year.

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“Maalim brings to the company’s leadership a wide range of local and international experience in public service and corporate governance,” the board said in a statement on Tuesday.

During the elections, Adil Khawaja and Zipporah Kering were also elected by the shareholders as directors of the utility company.

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Mohamed has also served in various positions in the World Bank.

The ambassador holds B.Sc and M.Sc.degrees in Civil Engineering from Texas A&I University in the US.

He is a registered engineer with the Kenya Engineers’ Registration Board and a member of the Institute of Engineers of Kenya


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