The Association of Professionals Societies in East Africa (APSEA) will host a two – day National Professionals Convention under the theme “The role of professionals in leadership and integrity. The convention is scheduled to take place at the Safari Park Hotel from 5th to 6th 2018.
The conference will focus on enhancement and enforcement of Chapter 6 of the Constitution of Kenya on leadership and integrity. It will also review the role of professionals in curriculum development and in management of public affairs and economic re-generation, among other objectives.
Speaking at a media cum stakeholder breakfast meeting on Friday 4th May 2018 at the Sarova Stanley Hotel in Nairobi to officially announce commencement of preparations for the conference, APSEA chairperson Mrs Irene Wanyoike said the convention will bring together over 300 delegates from among APSEA corporate members, Government Agencies, Inter-Governmental Agencies, Non-Governmental Organizations, Donor Community, Private Sector and Religious Institutions.
Mrs Wanyoike appealed to all stakeholders to support APSEA by sponsoring the conference.
Public Service Commission CEO Dr. Alice Otwala who also attended the meeting assured the organizing committee that the commission will fully participate in the convention.
Dr Otwala noted that PSC is an employer of choice and is concerned with issues of integrity, national values and principles that underpin the forthcoming conference.
“Setting standards is key to integrity and promotion of values and this is part of the broader Constitutional mandate of the Public Service Commission,” said Dr Otwala.
APSEA Chairperson Mrs. Irene Njeri unveils the logo for the upcoming National Professionals Convention that will be held on 5th and 6th July 2018 at Safari Park Hotel as PSC CEO Dr. Alice Otwala (right) and EACC Commissioner Rose Mghoi EACC look on