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9 November 2016 – The APRM Country Review Team (CRT) is in its last week of the review mission to Kenya where it met various stakeholders in all the 47 counties. On Tuesday the 8th of November, the CRT met top government officials from all ministries and heads of independent commissions to validate the self-assessment report and clarify some findings obtained on the ground during interactions with county stakeholders.
APRM CRT has held successful meetings with the Governor of Central Bank and key players of the private sector in Kenya. Those in attendance included Dr James Mwangi, Managing Director and CEO of Equity Group Holdings Limited- the banking conglomerate with a strong presence in the East African community countries- who is also the Chairman of Kenya Vision 2030. He explained to the CRT the various roles the private sector in Kenya is playing as dynamic economic actors in spearheading economic growth and Vision 2030, but also in contributing to society through various programs of corporate social responsibility.
The Lead Panellist Prof Al-Amin Abumanga is accompanied by experts in the various areas of governance drawn from African countries like Ghana, Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, and Zambia as well as experts from the APRM strategic partners UNECA, AfDB and UNDP and Staff Members from the Continental Secretariat. The 2nd Kenya Country Review Report is expected to be presented at the Forum of Heads of State and Government in January 2017.