Speculations As Mudavadi's Aide Is Appointed CAS Finance By President Uhuru Kenyatta
By FourOneOne | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 9767 views
President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced key changes in ministries and government today through a gazette notice. The changes are aimed at fostering operational efficiency, institutionalize and expedite the implementation of various groundbreaking reforms and to make ministries and state departments effective.
Speculations have emerged following the appointment of Musalia Mudavadi's close and aide and advisor Mr. Wafuko as the new CAS Finance.
Erick Wafuko is Mudavadi's advisor on strategy and finance. He has worked with wold bank for some time now and his appointments mean well for this country.
With the ANC leader apparently entering into a coalition with Gideon Moi of Kanu, Kalonzo Musyoka of Wiper and Moses Wetangula of Ford Kenya, the president is topped to be banking behind this team to take over after him.
Question is, is Erick Wafuko being prepared for a bigger task? What is your take? Feel free to comment and remember to follow this channel for more timely news.
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