Stephen Muthama Vies For KUCO Chairman Nairobi County.

Stephen Muthama KUCO Vies For KUCO chairman Nairobi County.
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Stephen Muthama Vies For KUCO Chairman Nairobi County.

Firebrand unionist and immediate former KUCO Vice Secretary, Nairobi County Stephen Muthama is closing in on a resounding win for the position of KUCO chairman, Nairobi County as incumbent Secretary Tom Michira set for a landslide win.

Mr. Muthama, a renowned entrepreneur and Clinical Officer at Mama Lucy Kibaki Hospital (NMS) has previously steered the Kenya Clinical Officers Association (KCOA) in Nairobi region to greater heights before joining the Kenya Union of Clinical Officers (KUCO) where he’s become an asset in union-management & leadership.

Stephen Muthama Vies For KUCO chairman Nairobi County.

The father of four prides himself with tenets of servant leadership, integrity, and selfless character, a trade he has learned from a childhood mentorship Leadership Development Programme under Compassion International.

He brings with him 10 years experience in Clinical Medicine practice and 5 years of Senior Management.

Stephen Muthama KUCO Vies For KUCO chairman Nairobi County.

Earlier, he was the Branch Manager at Bliss Medical Centre – Embakasi, a leading integrated outpatient healthcare network in Kenya and is the Founder & Director of Builders Healthcare Services, a one-stop-shop medical centre and one of the market leaders in the provision of quality, affordable and accessible health care services.

He is a staunch Christian who believes in the values and teachings of the Bible.


Felicity Gitonga
Felicity Gitonga is the founder of Africa Business News. abn, freelance writer, journalist, and author with a passion for telling stories.

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