Former Kenya Film Classification Board CEO Dr. Ezekiel Mutua’s spectacular downfall continues to prove itself as the proverbial mice trap which ensnares those within and without. A string of prominent personalities have either fallen, or risk seeing their careers crumble, in the wake of his dismissal, and the queue seems likely to get longer. The first casualty was a beautiful young board member Gathoni Kung’u, followed by former National Super Alliance, NASA CEO, and currently, head of Political Affairs for Wiper Democratic Movement party, Norman Magaya, and now, Jackson Kosgey, father to famed gospel singer Emmy Kosgey is the latest senior person to risk facing consequences from Mutua’s gigantic fall.
In the aftermath of the dramatic dismissal of the now former Kenya Film Classification Board CEO Dr. Ezekiel Mutua, reports further indicate that the State Corporations Advisory Committee (SCAC) had waded into the matter when it got wind of an alleged scheme to renew Dr. Mutua’s contract for a third term hence, and has now asked the CS to take disciplinary action against the KFCB Board.
Jackson Kosgey is not only a member of the board, but in fact the chairman. If indeed the State Corporations Advisory Committee’s recommendations are taken up, the chairman, who is also a pastor, may see his job fly out of the window.
Bishop Jackson Kosgei is not only chairman of the Kenya Film Classification Board’s board of directors, he also chairs the Community Development Society, as well as being a member of the Consumers Protection Advisory Committee in the Ministry of Trade.
Bishop Kosgei has held leadership positions at different levels in public and private organizations for more than 35 years.
These organizations include the Worldwide Gospel Church, as well as State commissions and corporations.
Bishop Kosgei is married with three grown children.
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