At 30, he has achieved what many dream of achieving in a lifetime. He starts today at Centum at a time of great uncertainity in the economy/NSE. Kenya's economy will either enter a period of sustained growth driven by technology, our strong human resource base and good leadership or remain mired in mediocrity. Should it take the former route, companies like Centum and the NSE generally, will do well. Or vice versa.
Centum does (in my humble opinion), need to reduce its NSE holding and diversify to the rest of the East Africa region.
Wishing him all the best in his new role.