GENDER BALANCE TOP PRIORITY AT KENYA REVENUE AUTHORITY

With 24 years of experience at Kenya Revenue Authority, Mrs. Pamela Ahago was promoted to higher Office. PHOTO /KENYA REVENUE AUTHORITY

GENDER BALANCE TOP PRIORITY AT KENYA REVENUE AUTHORITY

By Chris Ojow

A trained Negotiator with experience in

Regional and international Negotiations Mrs

Pamela Ahago, the Kenya Revenue Authority

Deputy Commissioner, Policy and International

Affairs has been promoted to the higher Office.

Pamela Ahago who has worked in different

divisions as Senior Assistant Commissioner

and in July the year 2015 promoted as the

Acting Chief Manager has an experience of

twenty four years at the Country Revenue

Collection.

In February 2017, Mrs. Ahago was promoted to

the position of Chief Manager, where she

worked in Trade Facilitation Department.

Her star kept rising and in July 2019, she was

promoted to the Rank of Deputy Commissioner

The Commissioner who participated in the

formation of the East Africa Community as an

expert, Mrs. Pamela Ahago, has been officially

appointed as the Acting Commissioner for

Customs and Border Control for the Kenya

Revenue Authority with effect from 25th of April

2020.

With lots of skills, she represented Kenya

Revenue Authority in Regional and International

Negotiations on trade.

Some of the trade agreements she negotiated

include, trade facilitation agreements and

economic partnership agreements.

Also worked with World customs organisations

as Head of regional intelligence liaison office

for Eastern and Southern Africa as an expert.

Mrs. Pamela Ahago the Acting Commissioner

for Customs and Border Control, joined Kenya

Revenue Authority in July the year 1996 as a

collector in the Customs and Exercise

Department, where she worked in various tasks

until July 2002, when she was promoted to the

rank of an assistant Commissioner.

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