LAMU COUNTY GOVERNMENT NOMINATES TRADE, TOURISM AND INDUSTRIALIZATION CECM



LAMU COUNTY GOVERNMENT NOMINATES TRADE, TOURISM AND INDUSTRIALIZATION CECM

Lamu County Government has nominated Josphat Musembi Matei for the position of Lamu County Government’s Trade, Tourism and Industrialisation County Executive Committee Member.

Mr. Musembi’s nomination is subject to vetting and approval by the County Assembly of Lamu, as per law.

Musembi holds a BBA degree in Marketing from the Kenya Methodist University and relevant qualifications in Insurance.

He has over 15 years of experience in the business, management and insurance world, with a decade spent at Cannon Assurance and Resolution Insurance at management level.

Born and bred in Lamu County, Bahari Ward, Central Sub Location, Umoja Village, Mr. Musembi will bring to the position a wealth of knowledge, innovation and an array of experience in stakeholder management and negotiation skills, requisite at county, national and global level.

“I would like to thank Fahima Araphat for her stellar leadership over the past months in her acting capacity. Musembi’s background in trade and management in private sector and in dealing with government, coupled with his outstanding skills in people management, will ensure that we continue to deliver immediate and long-term results under Trade, Tourism and Industrialisation” said H.E Governor Fahim Twaha.

According to Mr. Musembi, this is a tremendous opportunity to contribute in building the sustainability and growth of the trade, tourism and industrialisation sectors in Lamu County.

“Trade, Tourism and Industrialisation are the back bone of this Country. It is a well-known fact that these sectors hold immense importance to the Lamu economy, so it is an honour to be nominated to lead this promising portfolio,” says Mr. Musembi.

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For more information contact:
Lamu County Government Communications Office at info@lamu.go.ke


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