Editor's Review

  • Chiloba left IEBC unceremoniously following a tendering row.
  • He will serve in the new position for three years. 

Former IEBC chiefs executive Ezra Chiloba has landed a new job barely a year after exiting the electoral body. 

On Thursday, ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru appointed Chiloba as a member of the Youth Enterprise Development Fund board.

Chiloba’s tenure at the board will last for three years.

The former executive exited IEBC after chair Wafula Chebukati announced his firing following a tendering controversy from teh 2017 general elections.

He was fired from the commission after a disciplinary proceeding found him guilty. 

At the time, Chiloba said the outcome of his disciplinary process was predetermined and the process was a mere formality. 

Chiloba warned that the issues he faced will affect the next officer if not addressed.

Since then, Chiloba has been living away from the public. In a recent interview, Chiloba revealed that he had gone back to his farming passion in Trans Nzoia County.