11 九月 - 13 九月 2020
TBC

Argus Added Value Fertilizers Africa

Speaker listing

Agnes Nyambura
Head of Procurement, Apollo Agriculture
Christophe Bazivamo
Deputy Secretary General, EAC
Hon. Bazivamo has served as Deputy Secretary General in charge of Productive and Social Sectors at the EAC since 2016. Prior to his appointment as Deputy Secretary General, Hon. Bazivamo was a Member of Parliament in the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA). Hon. Bazivamo has been a Minister in Rwanda for 9 years from 2002 until 2011 as Minister for Lands, Environme...
Hon. Bazivamo has served as Deputy Secretary General in charge of Productive and Social Sectors at the EAC since 2016. Prior to his appointment as Deputy Secretary General, Hon. Bazivamo was a Member of Parliament in the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA). Hon. Bazivamo has been a Minister in Rwanda for 9 years from 2002 until 2011 as Minister for Lands, Environment, Forestry, Water and Mines, Minister of Local Government and Minister for Agriculture and Animal Resources among others. Hon Bazivamo is an Engineer in Agriculture by profession. He has been a teacher and holds a Masters’ Degree in Social-Economics from the University of Goettingen in Germany. Hon. Bazivamo has also worked with a number of NGOs before joining the Public Sector as a Governor and later on as the First Executive Secretary of the Rwandan National Electoral Commission (NEC) from where he was appointed a Minister.
Clement Tulezi
Chief Executive Officer, Kenya Flower Council
Clement Tulezi, the Chief Executive of the Kenya Flower Council (KFC) oversees the accomplishment of the trade association’s mission. KFC membership represents over 80 percent of flower exports. Since 1996, the Council has remained at the forefront of establishing Kenya as a leading worldwide player in the international floriculture industry. Kenya is ranked among the top ...
Clement Tulezi, the Chief Executive of the Kenya Flower Council (KFC) oversees the accomplishment of the trade association’s mission. KFC membership represents over 80 percent of flower exports. Since 1996, the Council has remained at the forefront of establishing Kenya as a leading worldwide player in the international floriculture industry. Kenya is ranked among the top 4 worldwide in exports. Mr. Tulezi has over 23-years driving marketing and communications at local and international levels. He has an excellent understanding of linkages within agricultural market systems & value chains. Clement h s spent a bulk of the years in policy advocacy, media and democratic governance. Additionally, he has supported peace-building and conflict resolution in a number of countries across the African continent.
Eustace Muriuki
Chairman, Fertiliser Association of Kenya
Mr. Muriuki holds a BSc. (Chem), UoN and MSc (Soil Fertility) Wageningen degrees. He is currently the Managing Director for MEA Ltd., Chairman of Fertilizer Association of Kenya (FAK) and Co-chair of Kenya Fertilizer Platform (KeFERT). Mr. Muriuki has a wealth of experience in soil analysis, soil fertility management, fertilizer blending and fertilizer trading.
Mr. Muriuki holds a BSc. (Chem), UoN and MSc (Soil Fertility) Wageningen degrees. He is currently the Managing Director for MEA Ltd., Chairman of Fertilizer Association of Kenya (FAK) and Co-chair of Kenya Fertilizer Platform (KeFERT). Mr. Muriuki has a wealth of experience in soil analysis, soil fertility management, fertilizer blending and fertilizer trading.
Henry Ogola
Managing Director, Chemagro
Henry Ogola has been involved in fertilizer for nearly 40 years after graduating with BSc and MSc degrees in Agriculture (Soil science) and Agricultural Economics. He has worked occupied senior positions in the Ministry of Agriculture Kenya, being in charge of fertilizer docket and private sector fertilizer companies involved in importation and marketing of fertilizer. M...
Henry Ogola has been involved in fertilizer for nearly 40 years after graduating with BSc and MSc degrees in Agriculture (Soil science) and Agricultural Economics. He has worked occupied senior positions in the Ministry of Agriculture Kenya, being in charge of fertilizer docket and private sector fertilizer companies involved in importation and marketing of fertilizer. Mr Ogola has an in-depth knowledge of the fertilizer market in East Africa and is a recognized consultant on various aspects of the fertilizer industry. He's also a long serving member of Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) - Fertilizer and Soil Conditioners Technical Committee.
John Hassell
Customer Support Manager Europe, Middle East and Africa, Koch Industries
John is responsible for providing commercial support including field trials, technical sales and regulatory education support to KAS’ distributors in Europe and Africa. Prior to working with KAS’s customers in more of a commercial role, he coordinated worldwide research on AGROTAIN and other pipeline technologies and helped train distributors, retailers and farmers on the ...
John is responsible for providing commercial support including field trials, technical sales and regulatory education support to KAS’ distributors in Europe and Africa. Prior to working with KAS’s customers in more of a commercial role, he coordinated worldwide research on AGROTAIN and other pipeline technologies and helped train distributors, retailers and farmers on the benefits of urease and nitrification inhibitors.
John Wendt
Deputy Director for Field Research, International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC)
John is Deputy Director for Field Research for the International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC) in Nairobi. He has 26 years’ experience in agricultural research and development in various African environments and crop types. His current area of focus is balanced crop nutrition — addressing crop nutrient deficiencies and soil acidity constraints with balanced fertiliz...
John is Deputy Director for Field Research for the International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC) in Nairobi. He has 26 years’ experience in agricultural research and development in various African environments and crop types. His current area of focus is balanced crop nutrition — addressing crop nutrient deficiencies and soil acidity constraints with balanced fertilizers and lime. John also has expertise in soil and plant analysis, conservation practices and integrated soil fertility. He has a doctorate in agronomy from Purdue University, Indiana, and a master’s degree in agronomy and a bachelor’s degree in agricultural engineering from Texas A&M University.
Lilian Wanjiru Mbuthia-Matoke
Senior Agronomist, ICL Fertilizers
Lilian is a Soil Scientist who specialises in agricultural management practices that enhance soil fertility, sustainable crop production and environmental quality. She is the Senior Agronomist for Israel Chemical Limited (ICL) in east Africa based in Nairobi, providing technical support for specialty fertilizers as well as training farmers and extension service providers o...
Lilian is a Soil Scientist who specialises in agricultural management practices that enhance soil fertility, sustainable crop production and environmental quality. She is the Senior Agronomist for Israel Chemical Limited (ICL) in east Africa based in Nairobi, providing technical support for specialty fertilizers as well as training farmers and extension service providers on soil and crop nutrition management. She also acts as the International Potash Institute (IPI) co-ordinator for IPI activities in eastern Africa responsible for promoting potash market development. After many years abroad for her studies, including an MSc in plant pathology and entomology from Hanover University and a PhD in environmental soil science from the University of Tennessee, Lilian returned to Kenya in 2015 with a vision of transforming the agricultural landscape of her country.
Mike Nash
Senior Editor, Fertilizers, Argus
Mike is responsible for managing the London editorial fertilizer team and helps to develop new contacts. He is the Editor of Argus’ weekly Phosphates Report and the Monthly Africa Fertilizer Supplement, and the main contributor to the Monthly Phosphates Outlook. He also has special responsibility for the emerging African sector.
Mike is responsible for managing the London editorial fertilizer team and helps to develop new contacts. He is the Editor of Argus’ weekly Phosphates Report and the Monthly Africa Fertilizer Supplement, and the main contributor to the Monthly Phosphates Outlook. He also has special responsibility for the emerging African sector.