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Oduor-Otieno joins EABL board

08 February 2013, 13:23

Nairobi - Former Chief Executive officer of Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB), Martin Oduor-Otieno has been appointed to the board of East African Breweries Limited (EABL).

In a statement to Capital News, EABL board chairman Charles Muchene said that Oduor-Otieno brings on board a wealth of financial expertise and management experience from both public and private sectors.

Oduor-Otieno has previously worked with Barclays Bank and British American Tobacco before joining KCB in October 2005 as Deputy Chief Executive, and later becoming the CEO in May 2007, and had also served as Permanent Secretary in Kenya’s Ministry of Finance.

- For more visit Capital News


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