Lamu County Governor Fahim Twaha has nominated Abdalla Mohamed Abdalla Fadhil,from Shela Ward, to be the new Chairman of Lamu County’s Public Service Board.
Announced via a public notice issued by Lamu’s County Secretary John Mburu, Mr. Mohamed’s nomination now awaits vetting and approval by the Lamu County Assembly.
Speaking after the announcement, Governor Fahim described Mr. Mohamed as a “stellar scholar and astute leader” with “unyielding loyalty to the people of Lamu” and “with the requisite capabilities to steer and transform the Lamu County public service into an integrated modernized outfit.
“The 53 year-old Mr. Mohamed is currently pursuing a PhD in Strategic Management at the University of Nairobi (UoN) and a Masters Degree in Governance and Ethics at Mount Kenya University. He holds an MBA in Operations, a Postgraduate Diploma in Diplomacy and International Studies, and a Bachelors of Science Degree from the University of Nairobi.
Mr. Mohamed brings a wealth of experience from the Public Sector, Private Sector and Community and Social Service.
Mr. Mohamed held a decade-long career as a Councilor for Shella Ward between 1992-2002 and served as a two-time Chairman of Lamu County Council between 1993 to 2000. He was at one time a Director at Kenya Ports Authority(KRA) between 2001-4 and a Chairman, Lamu Port Stakeholders’ Steering Committee (LPSSC).
He has held various leadership portfolios in the private sector, and patroned education and social welfare groups championing various causes.
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