Coca-Cola’s Simon Kaheru has been appointed the new Acting Chair for the Board of the East African Business Council (EABC) Uganda Chapter. This was after Madhvani Group’s Jim Kabeho resigned to enable a new Regine that is set to take over.
Kabeho made the announcement during an EABC Members meeting at the Sheraton Kampala Hotel. Kabeho was commended for the 22 years he served the EABC.
The East African Business Council (EABC) is the regional apex body of private sector associations and corporates in East Africa. It’s main purpose is to of steer the East African Community integration process through trade and investment.
The EABC Uganda Chapter Board is composed of Barbara Mulwana, UMA Chairperson; Stuart Jason Mwesigwa, Roofings Group; Jim Mwine Kabeho, Madhvani Group; and Simon Kaheru, Coca-Cola Beverages Africa.
In his address, Kaheru explained how he would carry on Kabeho’s legacy for the good of private sector growth across East Africa.