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Eliud Wabukala is currently serving as the Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Kenya and the Chairperson of Kenya National Anti Corruption Campaign Steering Committee. He is also the Chairman of GAFCON – Global Anglicans and a Chairman of the ACK Provincial College. Archbishop Wabukala is a former Chairman of the National Council of Churches of Kenya and has previously served as the Academic Dean of St. Paul’s University, where he also served as a lecturer and administrator.
He has been involved in many peace mitigations and reconciliation processes following the 2007 post-election violence in Kenya. He was an active stakeholder in the Interfaith Ufungamano meetings, from where he found his way into the Kofi Annan led peace talks. Archbishop Wabukala has also been involved in the reform process in South Sudan. He is a graduate of Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, Canada, Makerere University and St. Paul’s College Limuru.