Bank boss causes stir in race to pick the new taxman
21 December 2011, 12:20
Nairobi - Barclays Bank of Kenya chief executive Adan Mohamed’s entry into the race for the top tax job has left the KRA board with a tough assignment of refereeing an epic duel that pits a strong field of insiders against high-flying outsiders, reports Business Daily.
Mohamed, a Harvard Business School MBA graduate is among the candidates who caused the most excitement at the short-listing stage and is expected to give his competitors a run for their money.
Others in the race are James R Njuguna and James Gituro Wahome, a macroeconomist and former Central Bank of Kenya employee, shortlisted for the job.
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