Commissioner Kebbie holds the BA (Econ) degree of Durham University (1968). He was Assistant Manager in the United Africa Company (SL) Ltd (1968-1970) and an Auditor in the Sierra Leone Audit Department (1970-1979). He was called to the Bar by the Hounourable Society of Gray’s Inn in July, 1982, followed by a private legal practice in Sierra Leone until he was appointed Deputy Foreign Minister (1996-1998) and later transferred to the Ministry of Justice as Deputy Minister (1998-1999). He further took up appointment as Director of Public Prosecution – DPP (1999-2010). He was also the Consultant DPP in the Commonwealth of Dominica under the auspices of the Commonwealth Secretariat in London (2005-2007).
He also served in several other capacities, including being a member of the College Council of Bunumbu Teachers’ College, Sierra Leone (1993-1996) and the Management Committee of the Kenema Town Council (1995-1998). Until his appointment as a Commissioner in July, 2012, he was a private Legal practitioner.