Meet Uhuru’s nominee for Controller of Budget, Dr. Margaret Nyakang’o
President Uhuru Kenyatta has on Tuesday, November 19 nominated a new occupant in the office of the Controller of Budget.
The head of state nominated Margaret Nyakang’o and has presented her name to Parliament for vetting as the new Controller of Budget.
Nyakang’o currently serves as a lecturer at the KCA University and prides herself as one with excellent skills and experience in a wide variety of organizations in both public and private sectors of the Kenyan economy, strong background in accounting and audit complements doctoral-level strategic management and organizational development skills, workforce planning, democratic governance and integrity among other merits.
Doctor Margaret Nyakang’o Nyang’ate hails from Nyamira county.
Below are Margaret’s work experience and academic accomplishment.
Lecturer- KCA University
Jan 2019 – Present
Lecturer in Public Sector Finance, Town Campus
Management Consultant – Mitun Business Consulting Limited
Nov 2018 – Present.
Director of Finance & Administration – Kenya National Bureau of Statistics
Nov 2008 – Oct 2018
Sep 2007 – Oct 2008.
Deputy General Manager Finance & Strategy – Harambee Sacco Society
Mar 2003 – Mar 2006
Finance Manager – Bob Morgan Services Ltd
Jan 2001 – Jun 2002.
Financial Controller – Lake Basin Development Authority
1995 – 1999.
University of Liverpool
Field Of Study: Doctorate in Business Administration
Dates attended and graduation: 2010 – 2016
University of Nairobi
Degree: Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
Field Of Study: Strategic Management
Dates attended and graduation: 2005 – 2007
Field Of Study: Certified Sacco Professional
Dates attended and graduation: 2005 – 2006.
Kenya is my business and development in the country is my heartbeat. If you have any breaking news story on development, politics, human interest, sports, and governance that has to be told, reach me at [email protected] and we can showcase Kenya together. I believe there’s no place like home and the world will know Kenya when we tell our story. I focus more on political stories, governance, education, development and human interest stories