NLC confirms Kabale Tache Arero as Chief Executive Officer

Ms Kabale Tache Arero has been appointed as National Land Commission Chief Executive Officer. PHOTO | Issack Asugo/CLAN! Network

The National Land Commission (NLC) has appointed Ms Kabale Tache Arero as Chief Executive Officer, a position she has held in acting capacity for the last four years. NLC is mandated to manage public land on behalf of the national and county governments. Additionally, other functions of the Commission are prescribed in Article 67 (3) of the Constitution, Chapter 15 of the Constitution and relevant statutes, including the National Land Commission Act (2012), Land Act (2012), Land Registration Act (2012) and Community Land Act (2016) among others.

NLC Chairperson Gershom Otachi in a statement confirmed the appointment of  Ms Kabale following a rigorous recruitment process that was concluded on June 12, 2023. In her position as acting CEO, Ms Kabale was 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.

”It is expected that Ms Kabale will lead the secretariat towards helping the Commission to achieve its constitutional and statutory mandates of inter-alia safeguarding public land for the benefit of all Kenyans,” read a statement by NLC Commissioners. 

 

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As Acting NLC CEO, Ms Kabale was 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.