•She has been serving as CEO in an acting capacity since 2018 when Tom Chavangi was suspended.
The National Land Commission has confirmed Kabale Tache Arero as its CEO.
She has been serving as chief executive in an acting capacity since 2018 when Tom Chavangi was suspended.
Kabale, previously served as the Director of Human Resource Management and Administration at NLC emerged as the top candidate out of the seven shortlisted for the position.
Gershom Otachi Bw’Omanwa, the Chairperson of NLC, expressed his satisfaction with the recruitment process.
“By the close of the application deadline on May 9, 2023, the National Land Commission received a total of 172 applications, out of which seven candidates were shortlisted," he said
The Chairperson also noted that Kabale demonstrated exceptional qualifications and understanding of the Commission’s mandate, making her the ideal choice for this important leadership role.
Bw’Omanwa added that the CEO brings a wealth of experience to the position having worked previously as an Acting Secretary/CEO in the Commission.
“The successful candidate displayed laudable understanding of the Commission mandate which is important in steering the work of the Commission Secretariat. She is highly experienced professional with an extensive background in leadership in various organizations specializing in Human Resource,” he said.
Kabale is a seasoned Human Resource professional with over 20 years of experience, Kabale holds a Master and Bachelor’s Degrees in Business Administration.
She is also a full member of the Institute of Human Resource Management (IHRM) and Certified Human Resources Professional.