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KBA Boss elected new vice president for Federation of Kenya Employers

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By Brian Yatich

The Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE) has on monday elected Habil Olaka as their first national vice president for a term of three years at their 57th National Annual General Meeting (AGM).

Olaka is the Chief Executive Officer of Kenya Bankers Association (KBA).

FKE is an umbrella body that champions for employers’ interest and strengthening stakeholder partnership. Members are accorded a wide range of services that include labour legal advice and representation at discounted rates and access to a team of highly qualified industrial experts.

With over 23-years of significant and progressive experience in the financial services sector, the KBA boss brings on board a vast pool of knowledge to the board of Kenya’s leading employers’ organization in advocacy and industrial relations.

He has previously served as the Director of Operations of the East African Development Bank (EADB) based in Uganda after working as the Resident Manager in Kenya. Earlier, he served as the Head of Risk Management and as the Chief Internal Auditor in the aforementioned bank.

Currently Olaka also sits on the board of Kenya School of Monetary Studies, the Higher Educations Loans Board, Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA), The Auctioneers Licencing Board, and the National Task force on Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism.

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