NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 26- Former Attorney General Githu Muigai has been appointed the chairperson of the Public-Private Partnerships Petition Committee.
The appointment was contained in a Gazette Notice dated February 25, and signed by Treasury Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yatani.
He said Muigai will serve as chairman of the committee while Mohamed Abbey Mohamed, Janice Kotut, Eunice Lumallas and Sadick Mustapha will serve as members.
The tribunal is established under the Public-Private Partnerships Act, 2013.
The Public-Private Partnerships Petition Committee considers complaints submitted by a private party during the process of tendering and entering into a project agreement under the act.
Muigai resigned as Kenya’s Attorney General in February 2018 after serving for six years.
He was previously a partner in Mohammed-Muigai Advocates before his appointment as the Attorney General.