Two commissioners appointed at KRA to enhance leadership

KRA has collected over Ksh.21 billion through out-of-court deals

The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has appointed two substantive commissioners as part of an ongoing leadership capacity enhancement programme.

In a statement, KRA’s Commissioner General Githii Mburu, confirmed that the board had appointed Lilian Anyango Nyawanda as commissioner of customs and border control and Dr. Edward Kinyua Karanja as commissioner of investigation and enforcement.

Mburu said that the two roles are key in delivering KRA’s vision to be a globally trusted revenue agency facilitating tax and customs compliance.

Prior to her appointment as Commissioner Customs and Border Control, Lilian Anyango Nyawanda was the Customs and Excise Manager of Africa region at the Diageo Centre of Excellence.

On his part, Edward Karanja is currently the acting commissioner of investigation and enforcement in addition to his substantive role as the deputy commissioner – investigation and enforcement, a position he has held since 2019.

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