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|Director of Kenya School of Law|
|Assumed office |
|Deputy||Ms. Margaret Muigai|
|Preceded by||Prof. Bitonye Kulundu|
|Director of Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission|
September 2010 – August 2011
|Preceded by||Aaron Ringera|
|Born||17 July 1962|
|Alma mater||University of Nairobi (LL.B), (LL.M) |
Kenya School of Law (PGDip)
Ghent University (PhD)
|Positions||Founder, PLO Lumumba Fndn |
Dean, School of Law, Kabarak University
Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba (born 17 July 1962) is a Kenyan who served as the Director of Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission from September 2010 to August 2011 and is currently the Director of The Kenya School of Laws since the year 2014. An eloquent lawyer, he holds a PhD in Laws of the sea from the University of Ghent in Belgium. He is also a staunch Pan-Africanist and has delivered several powerful speeches alluding to or about African solutions to African problems.
He is an admirer of Patrice Lumumba and Thomas Sankara, the deceased revolutionary leader of the Burkinabe people. He is also remembered for his emotion laden and energetic speech in Uganda at the third Anti-Corruption Convention. He has referred to and quoted them several times in his speeches. On August 28th, 2015, the PAV Ansah Foundation invited him to speak at the 2015 PAVA Forum on Good Governance, Whither Africa?
2015 PAVA Forum
At the lecture, he expressed his serious concern about the energy crises that African leaders have allowed to reach such adevastating stage. He also talked about the issue of African youth fleeing the continent. He blamed them on the economic hardships and the "misgovernment" from their leaders. Lumumba encouraged African leaders to rise up to the challenge of changing the fortunes of the continent.
- "Advisory Board". plofoundation.com. Retrieved 16 March 2013.
- "EACC History". www.eacc.go.ke. Retrieved 16 March 2013.
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