President Uhuru appoints Lukoye Atwoli as chairman of Mathari Hospital

Lukoye Atwoli/ PHOTO: COURTESY

President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has appointed Professor Lukoye Atwoli as non-executive chairperson of the Mathari Teaching and Referral Hospital in Nairobi.

Lukoye, the son of Cotu Secretary General Francis Atwoli, is set to head the board for three years.

This latest appointment adds on to his many achievements over the years.

In July 2020, Prof Lukoye was appointed Dean of Aga Khan University’s Medical College (East Africa) and his term began On August 1st 2020. He is also an associate professor of psychiatry in the Moi University Department of Mental Health at the School of Medicine.

Lukoye is a consultant psychiatrist at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) and at the Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare (AMPATH).

Prof Lukoye’s appointment comes shortly after President Uhuru nominated three former IEBC commissioners as deputy foreign mission heads.

Consolata Nkatha, Margaret Mwachanya  and Paul Kurgat have been nominated to be deputy mission heads for Rome, Islamabad and Moscow respectively.



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