Former IEBC Commissioner Roselyn Akombe has landed a job at the United Nations Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs (UNDPPA)
Akombe on Thursday said she was appointed to serve as the Chief of Peacebuilding Strategy and Partnerships.
“Grateful for the appointment to serve as Chief of Peacebuilding Strategy and Partnerships at @UNDPPA Love this beautiful view of New York City from my office, despite the cloudy and cold weather,” she said.
“Always grateful to God for his blessings.”
The DPPA is an agency in the UN organization that helps prevent conflicts and sustain peace around the world.
Prior to her appointment, Akombe worked with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Africa, for two years.
On Wednesday, she thanked the Organization for providing her with the opportunity to serve with them.
“Two incredible years at @UNDPAfrica! Thank you for opening your doors to my A team and me to reimagine governance & peacebuilding in #Afrika Grateful to @ahunnaeziakonwa @asakookai @HaoliangXu for the opportunity to serve. I return to @UNDPPA New York with renewed energy!” she said.