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Waititu Finally Lands A Job In Ruto's Government After Years Of Being In The Cold

Former Kiambu governor Ferdinand Waititu, has finally landed a job in president William Ruto's government.

This is after the former governor was appointed to the Nairobi Rivers Commission tasked with Reclaiming the rivers of Nairobi as a spine to the city's blue and green infrastructure for a better urban environment and quality of life.

In a gazette notice dated 2nd December 2022, Waititu will sit in the commusion alongside Dr. Pamela A. Olet who will be the chairperson.

Others members include; Ms. Eva Muhia who will be Representing Riverine Communities; Ms. Elizabeth Wathuti – Representing Civil Society; Ms. Carlota Dal Lago for private sector, Dr. Mumo Musuva Representing Nairobi City County, and Ms. Grace Senewa Mesopirr — Representing the Ministry of Environment and Forestry.

Also appointed are; Prof. Eng. Elijah Biama – Representing Academia; Dr. Duncan Ojwang – Representing Academia.

The Commission members shall hold office for a term of three years renewable once and the renewal will be based on performance.

Waititu was impeached by Kiambu members of the county assembly in 2020 over gross misconduct and alleged corruption. He then shifted allegiance to Ruto while he was still the deputy president.


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