The revoking of Pauline Njoroge's appointment as a board member of the Tourism Regulatory Authority took the internet by storm. According to a press release yesterday, the CS for Tourism and Wildlife Hon. Najibu Balala said he was revoking her appointment after they saw her past tweet that Nairobi National Park was useless.
Balala said that they did not want to be associated with such people and such thinking. CS Balala also announced that they had replaced her with Najma Ismail. The news did not go well with a section of kenyans who expressed their disappointment in social media.
Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa has joined the many Kenyans who are opposed to the latest action by CS Najib Balala. Breathing fire at Balala, Didmus Barasa wondered how Balala would revoke the appointment of Pauline Njoroge and replace her with Najma Ismail whom he alleged to be Gideon Moi's sister-in-law. The Kimilili MP termed the action as foolish.
"@tunajibu wewe ni mtu Kumbafu. How can you revoke the appointment of @paulinenjoroge and replace her with @MoiGideon sister in law. Am told @paulinenjoroge account was hacked. Am sure you did this after you have taken a leave of thinking. Wakenya wanataka jibu @tunajibu, " Didmus Barasa wrote.
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