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NTSA Board


Lt Gen (Rtd) Jackson Ndungu Waweru, CBS, OGW

Board Chairman

LT GEN (RTD) Jackson Ndungu Waweru, CBS, OGWLt Gen (Rtd) Jackson Ndungu Waweru was appointed to serve as National Transport and Safety Authority Chair in October 2016. Prior to being appointed the Board Chairman, Lt Gen (Rtd) Waweru served in the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) for 39 years. He held various positions in KDF among them Base Commander, Deputy Kenya Air Force Commander, Commandant Defence Staff College and Commandant National Defence College. He undertook various training courses among them flying training in India, Flying Supervisors Course in UK, Air Command and Staff training in USA and he is a graduate of National Defence College Kenya. He holds a Masters Degree in International Security Studies from the University of Leicester UK.

Mr. Francis Meja, Director General

Mr. Meja is the Director General and is responsible for implementing the policies, programmes and objectives of the Authority. Prior to his appointment, he was the Registrar of Motor Vehicles. Mr. Meja commands a wealth of knowledge and expertise on road transport and transport logistics. He is a holder of a Master's Degree in Business Administration (Strategic Management) from the University of Nairobi and has a BA in Economics and Public Administration from the University of Marathwada in India

Mr. Henry Rotich C. S, The National Treasury

 Mr. Henry Rotich, is currently the Cabinet Secretary, The National Treasury. He worked as Head of Macroeconomics in the Ministry of Finance and at Central Bank of Kenya. He has vast experience in managing National Government finances under the devolved system of governance. He holds a Master's in Public Administration (MPA) degree from Harvard University); Masters of Art (Economics) and Bachelor of Arts (Economics) Degrees from  University of Nairobi. The alternate to the Cabinet Secretary on the Board of NTSA is Mr. George Omino.

Justice Paul Kihara Kariuki,  Attorney General

Prior to his nomination as the Attorney General of the Republic of Kenya, by the President to replace Prof Githu Muigai, Justice Paul Kihara Kariuki was the President of the Court of Appeal. He had served as the Court of Appeal Judge from 2012.  

Between 1977 and 1980 Kariuki was a legal assistant at Hamilton, Harrison, and Matthews in Nairobi and then a partner from 1981 to 1986.

In 1986 he moved to Ndungu Njoroge and Kwach where he practiced. In 2000 was appointed the director of the Kenya School of Law.

In October 2003, Kariuki was one of the judges appointed as judges of the High Court by President Kibaki. On appointment, Justice Kariuki became the duty judge at the High Court, replacing Justice Isaac Lenaola. In 2006, Chief Justice Gicheru appointed an integrity review committee and appointed Kariuki to head this committee.

In 2009, the Chief Justice appointed Kariuki to head the newly established Judicial Training Institute (JTI). Mr. Alex Mbuvi is the alternate to the Attorney General on the Board of NTSA.