Nairobi, Kenya – (African Boulevard News) – The race to become the new Chamber of Commerce boss in Kenya is heating up as candidates battle it out for the coveted position. After the withdrawal of the president’s preferred candidate, the incumbent now faces an even tougher challenge from unexpected quarters.
According to a report by Africa Intelligence, the contest for the top job has become a no-holds-barred affair, with each candidate pulling out all the stops to secure the position. The Chamber of Commerce in Kenya is one of the most powerful private sector platforms in the country, making the position highly sought after.
The incumbent, who has held the position for several years, is confident of retaining his role. However, the unexpected entry of a new candidate has made the contest even more unpredictable and exciting.
The battle for the post has attracted a lot of attention from key players in the business world, who are keen to see who emerges victorious. There has been a lot of lobbying and maneuvering behind the scenes as candidates try to woo potential supporters.
The candidates have been crisscrossing the country, meeting with business leaders, and making their case. They have been laying out their vision for the Chamber of Commerce and seeking endorsement from various stakeholders.
Speaking to African Boulevard News, a spokesperson for one of the candidates expressed confidence in their chances of winning. “Our candidate is the best suited for the job. They have a wealth of experience and a track record of success in the private sector. We are confident that they will emerge victorious,” they said.
The battle for the Chamber of Commerce boss position is expected to go down to the wire. The finalists will need to convince a panel of judges comprising eminent business leaders, to secure the role.
In conclusion, the fight to head the Chamber of Commerce in Kenya has become a no-holds-barred contest, with candidates pulling out all the stops to secure the position. It remains to be seen who will emerge victorious, but one thing is for sure, the new boss will have big shoes to fill.