Former tourism cabinet secretary Najib Balala lands a lucrative Job after his tenure at tourism docket ended. Though not with a government Parastatal, Balala will be a happy person despite being snubbed by president William Ruto.
He is set to be the next vice president of fauna and flora international, a Nongovernmental organization. Balala was poised to be retained by William Ruto, however, the salvos he had fired to the head of state sometimes back cost him the position.
An international non-governmental organization called Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is committed to preserving the planet's imperiled wildlife and environments. It is the oldest international conservation organization in the world, having been founded in 1903.
Taking to their official Twitter handle, Balala expressed his joy by tweeting "Thank you for the appointment, Flora and Fauna International. I am grateful and honored to have been chosen to serve as FFI's Vice President".
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