By Machuki Dennson
The National Land Commission has officially appointed Kabale Tache Arero as the new Chief Executive Officer following rigorous recruitment process that was concluded yesterday.
Up to her confirmation Kabale was the acting Commission’s Secretary/CEO and substantively has been the Director of Human Resource Management & Administration.
She emerged the top candidate out of the seven that had been shortlisted.
By the close of deadline for applications on May 9, 2023, the National Land Commission says it had received a total of 172 applications out of which only seven were shortlisted.
A seasoned Human Resource professional with over 20 years of experience, Kabale holds a Master and Bachelor’s Degrees in Business Administration.
The new Secretary/CEO brings a wealth of experience to the position having worked previously as an Acting Secretary/CEO in the Commission.
In the announcement of her appointment, the commission’s chairperson Gershom Otachi said the successful candidate displayed laudable understanding of the Commission mandate which is important in steering the work of the Commission Secretariat.
Kabale is a highly experienced professional with an extensive background in leadership in various organizations specializing in Human Resource. She previously worked at the Constitution Implementation Commission (CIC) and Postbank.
Otachi described Kabale as having been instrumental in the development and implementation of the Commission’s Strategic Plan 2021-2026 which currently guides the implementation of the Commission’s constitutional and statutory mandates.