Photo Courtesy; Professor George Magoha in a past action.
News just in indicates that Ex CS Education George Magoha has landed a top job months after leaving the cabinet.
According to the information shared, George Magoha has now joined Maseno University as Professor of Surgery at its school of Medicine.
This is according to Dr Owen McOnyango, the University Director of Public Relations, who told the revealed that having the ex-CS at the school is a valuable development.
Tough talking Magoha had earlier hinted after missed the new cabinet slot that he will be back in class.
Before being appointed to cabinet five years ago by the then President Uhuru Kenyatta, Professor Magoha served as Vice-Chancellor at the University of Nairobi (UoN) for ten years between 2005 to 2015. He also served as a Professor of Urological and Transplant Surgery at UoN's College of Health Sciences.
George Magoha was appointed in the Ministry of Education after Fred Matiangi was moved to the ministry of interior by then President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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