Joshua oigara biography, wealth, wife, contacts, net worth ,age family, children, cv and children.
JOSHUA OIGARA BIOGRAPHY
Mr. Joshua Oigara is a Group CEO, Executive Director & MD at KCB Group Ltd. and a Member at Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya
JOSHUA NYAMWEYA OIGARA WIFE
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JOSHUA OIGARA SALARY
Joshua Ogara is the CEO KCB Bank.His salary for the year 2017 has chocked Kenyans.According to a source, the former Bamburi Cement Finance Director earned Ksh 256 million in 2017.
If you break the salary further, you will discover that he earned this amount:
Joshua Nyamweya Oigara earns: Per Year: Ksh 256,000,000 Per Month: Ksh 21,333,333.33 Per Day: Ksh 711,111.11 Per Hour: Ksh 29,629.62 Per Minute: Ksh 493.83 Per Second: Ksh 8.23
JOSHUA OIGARA CV
he served as Chief Financial Officer and Member of the Board of Directors of the Company between January 12, 2012 and January 2013. He also served as Group Chief Financial Officer at KCB Bank Group for East Africa. He joined the Bank in November 2011 from Bamburi Cement where he served as Group Financial Director and Chief Financial Officer for the East Africa region.
Oigara holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from University of Nairobi and Master of Business Administration from Edith Cowan University and a host of other qualifications
JOSHUA OIGARA AGE
At 37, Mr Oigara is one of the youngest CEOs of a blue-chip company in East Africa and his appointment caused a major buzz because the job had been expected to go to a much older figure at an institution which for many years was seen as the bank of choice for establishment elites.
He is 43 years now
JOSHUA OIGARA CONTACTS
TWITTER ACCOUNT @JoshuaOigara
JOSHUA OIGARA WEALTH AND NET WORTH
He declared wealth in 2015 and said he is worth 220m but he earns 256milliopn salary a year.
JOSHUA OIGARA FAMILY AND PARENTS
Mr Oigara’s life story is one that will be familiar to many Kenyans. He was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth. His parents William and Diana Oigara were both schoolteachers and tea farmers at the Gesima Settlement Scheme in Borabu, where he grew up.