Kenya Kwanza task force member dies after illness

Edward Mwachinga, who was recently appointed to the Kenya Kwanza Alliance economic task force by Deputy President William Ruto, is dead.

The lawyer is said to have collapsed on Tuesday in his Nairobi house.

According to a family member, Mwachinga was diagnosed with a heart problem a year ago and had been receiving treatment in and out of the country.

“We lost him last night at about 11 pm. He had been diagnosed with a heart problem about one year ago,” said Emmanuel Washe, an uncle of Mwachinga.

Washe said the body was moved to Montezuma Funeral Home.

Mwachinga was also a member of the Pamoja African Alliance Party national elections board.

He was also a board member of Vipingo Development Limited, a subsidiary of Centum Limited.

Edward began his career as a tax advisor with PricewaterhouseCoopers in 2001.

In 2004, Edward took up a management position with Deloitte in Tanzania, where he was instrumental in the development of the tax consultancy practice.

Prior to working as a tax advisor, Edward worked with Anjarwalla & Khanna Advocates, a member firm of Africa Legal Network, as an associate.

And between 2009 – 2015, he was involved in providing taxation advice to the governments and revenue authorities of the East African countries.

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