The Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) has appointed retired Justice Aaron Ringera as its non-executive director.
Justice (Rtd) Ringera is one of the country’s foremost legal minds with a career spanning over 46 years, mainly in public service.
He is a Judge Emeritus of the Court of Appeal of Kenya, the East African Court of Justice (Appellate Division) and the High Court of Kenya.
Justice Ringera has served in a number of presidential and ministerial process forces and committees. He holds a Grasp’s and Bachelor’s diploma in Regulation from the College of Nairobi.
He’s a chartered arbitrator and an accredited mediator of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators of London with expertise in industrial arbitration.
He has additionally served because the solicitor Common of Kenya in addition to the director and chief government officer of each the Kenya Anti-Corruption Authority and the Kenya Anti-Corruption Fee.
He was a member of the Taskforce on the overview of energy buy agreements in addition to the steering committee on the implementation of the report of the presidential process pressure on the overview of energy buy agreements.
He holds Master’s (LL.M) and Bachelor’s (LL.B) degrees in law from the University of Nairobi.
He also holds a Diploma in Comparative and International Law of Human Rights from the International Institute of Comparative and International Law of Human Rights, Strasbourg, France, and a Certificate of Study from The Hague Academy of International Law.