After exiting the Cabinet, some of former president Uhuru Kenyatta's cabinet secretaries will or did not head into retirement. Some of them like Monica Juma are still working in the cabinet.
But it is different for former information and Technology cabinet secretary Joe Mucheru who despite leaving government, he still has two jobs. Mucheru revealed that he is not yet free even after leaving cabinet as he holds two ( 2 ) jobs.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Citizen TV, the former Cabinet Secretary who also worked closely with Raila Odinga revealed that he serves on the Board of Management of Generation Limited.
This is an international duty for Joe Mucheru since Generation Limited is a United Nations organization launched in 2018 UN General Assembly and anchored in UNICEF. It's a leading global public private-youth partnership bringing global organizations and leaders with young people to co-create to deliver innovative solutions to world problems.
The former CS also revealed that he serves at the Board of Trustees of the Nairobi University Foundation. He however revealed that he currently on a break and will resume working in February.
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