Mohammed Nyaoga is the Senior Partner at Mohammed Muigai Advocates. He was called to the Bar in 1985. He holds LLB and LLM degrees from the University of Nairobi and Diploma in law from the Kenya School of Law. He is a Certified Public Secretary (CPS); holds certificates in Corporate Governance from Commonwealth Association of Corporate Governance and American Securities and Exchange Commission; a Certified Company Director and a Member of the Institute of Directors of Kenya.
He specializes in corporate finance, civil, commercial, litigation and corporate governance. In addition to the practice of Law, he has been Vice–Chairman of the Law Reform Commission, Chairman of its Business Laws Committee and Chairman of the Mining Licences Task Force. He has also been a Director of Capital Markets Authority, Chairman of International Commission of Jurists, Council member of Law Society of Kenya, Special Board Corporate Governance Advisor and Chairman of EcoBank Kenya.
He has also been Chairman at the Commission of Inquiry into the suspension of the County Government of Makueni. He is currently the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Central Bank of Kenya.
In addition he is a certified training consultant in corporate governance with the Centre for Corporate Governance for over 13 years where he has trained over 10,000 directors in Kenya and in Africa at large.
He has also been a consultant and Trainer for State University of New York on procurement (SUNNY Kenya) and a Lecturer (LLM Programme) University of Nairobi, School of Law (Business Law Department) on Public Procurement and accounting law. He is currently a regular Trainer/Speaker at Central Banking Publications (UK) Governance Training Series at Windsor, Cambridge and Oxford and also one of authors and editors of Central Banking Publications.