The Institution of Engineers of Kenya (IEK) has appointed Eric Ohaga as its 49th President.
Engineer Ohaga was inaugurated into the role by his predecessor Engineer Nathaniel Matalanga at an event held in Nairobi on Friday, April 8.
Ohaga’s appointment comes days after the engineering body held its council elections on March 21.
Speaking after his inauguration, Ohaga, who is also the Director of Nuclear Energy and Infrastructure Development at Nuclear Power and Energy Agency (NuPEA), pledged to ensure that the challenges facing the accreditation of engineering programs are looked into by the association.
He has previously worked as a Business Manager at the Kenya Power and Lighting PLC.
Momentarily, Ohaga serves in the world federation of Engineering Organization (WFEO) Committee on Engineering Innovative Technologies. He is also a national interviewing panel member of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.