A moment of laughter has been witnessed in Samburu county after an elder leader boldly questioned Dp Gachagua why the Kenya Kwanza government did not give a leader a chance from the county.
Speaking in Samburu Church service during the thanksgiving ceremony, the elder boldly told the second in command that Samburu county has been sidelined by the Kenya Kwanza government after not awarding the county an PS position. The elder however demanded Gachagua to give the region one CAS so that they can settle the debt.
"Unajua Samburu tangu tupate independence hatujawai pata Cabinet Secretary hata siku moja, juzi hatujapata PS na tulikuwa na PS zamani, sasa ile Kazi imebaki Kuna ma-CAS mnaandika andika Samburu moja, hiyo ndio tunataka tu," the Samburu elder said causing cheers and laughter.
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Gachagua however claimed that the region missed the PS docket because of the previous trend of voting for Raila Odinga, he however promised to consider the region for the government positions in the coming days.
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