Ex-AG Githu Muigai appointed to the National Treasury

Former AG back in government

Former Attorney General Githu Muigai with President Uhuru Kenyatta

Former Attorney General Githu Muigai has been appointed to a department of the National Treasury.

A Gazette Notice dated February 24, 2021, the former AG was appointed to chair the Public-Private Partnership committee by Treasury CS Ukur Yattani.

The committee's members are: Sadick Mustapha, Mohammed Abbey Mohamed, Janice Korir and Eunice Lumalia.

Since his resignation in February 2018, Prof. Muigai has also been appointed as one of the non-executive chairpersons of Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) and Legal Education Council.

He served as Kenya's AG for seven years, between 2011 and 2018.

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