Aisha Jumwa, has raised eyebrows on different social media platforms. This is after she finally alleged another job she wants months after she was given a CS job in Ruto's Government.
According to the source, Jumwa is admiring to be Kilifi county Governer, something that has sparked mixed reactions.
Now, this news concerning Aisha Jumwa saying that she wants to be a Governer despite of her being a CS already, has gone viral on different social media platforms where by, it's sparking mixed reactions currently.
Many are out to say that Aisha Jumwa should be satisfied with her CS job while, others are out to tell Jumwa to stop being greed for Government jobs at the same time.
Anyway, what do you have to say about Aisha Jumwa admiring to be Governer of Kilifi? Share your thoughts as you share this news to your friends.
Thanks for reading my news and don't forget to follow me for the latest news around the region. Below are some reactions:
@gar: wacha tamaa baana.
@vsr: kwani hatosheki na kazi yake?
@vwt: tamaa mbaya jamani Jumwa.
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