Clement Tulezi has taken over the reins at the Kenya Flower Council as the new CEO. Clement has previously worked in media, marketing as well as international mediation according to an online interview with African Business Communities. Clement takes over from Jane Ngige who has headed the umbrella body for flower growers and exporters since 2004
“I am happy I am taking over at a time when the industry has worked tirelessly to build a name, reputation and grow despite the challenges. I would want to build on the strong foundation the sector has already established. I am keen on fostering sustainable practices in line with world’s best practices and make KFC a reference institution for championing sustainable flower production world over. The Kenya flower brand is globally acclaimed for quality and I want to leverage on that and push that message even more,” said the new KFC CEO during the interview with African Business Communities.
The Kenya Flower Council is a voluntary association of independent growers and exporters of cut-flowers and ornamentals, established in 1996, with the aim of fostering responsible and safe production of cut flowers in Kenya with due consideration of workers welfare and protection of the environment.