Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary, Raychelle Omamo, has been nominated by President Uhuru Kenyatta for the position of President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (Ifad).
Ifad manages 18 agricultural programmes in Kenya and has spent Ksh39.7 billion in the country since 1979.
Omamo will be facing off with Shobhana Kumar Pattanayak of India, Khaled A. Mahdi of Kuwait and Alvaro Lario of Spain.
Lario is the current associate Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Ifad.
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