Sahib Khosla, the TASK President, has been awarded the Head of State Commendation by President William Ruto for his contribution to the Kenyan society during the 59th Jamhuri Day celebrations.
Mr Khosla was among 101 civilians awarded the HSC title. The names were published in a Kenya Gazette notice dated December 12, 2022.
Orders, decorations, and medals of Kenya are awarded by the President of Kenya “in recognition of outstanding or distinguished services rendered to the nation in various capacities and responsibilities” upon the advice of a National Honours and Awards Committee that is domiciled in the president’s office. The Chief of the Order of the Golden Heart is the highest honour awarded by the Kenyan government, which was awarded to His Holiness Dr. Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin.
Mr Sahib was highly instrumental in the awarding of Kenyan citizenship to a sub-sect of stateless persons living in Kenya. “I am proud and honoured by the Government of the Republic of Kenya with a presidential commendation award for my impactful service to the Nation,” he said.
Watch below his interview on how he used his actuarial skills to achieve this fete.