Amani National Congress (ANC) party has appointed Simon Kamau Kiguru as its new Secretary General to replace Dr Barrack Muluka, who has decamped to Deputy President camp United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
Through his official social media handles, Mudavadi has shared a statement about his new appointment of Kamau to be ANC's new Secretary General. He said that the party has made a stride by unveiling the new Secretary General who hails from Mt Kenya region.
"Today as a party we have made strides by unveiling Simon Kamau Gikuru as ANC's New Secretary General. ANC Party is determined to reach all parts of our great nation with a message of peace and economic recovery.as a party we will ensure on the negotiating table youth, women and people with disabilities are all part of decision making." He said.
This post has elicited several reactions from Kenyans, who have mocked him saying that he has just made that appointment in an effort to woo Mt Kenya region people to vote for him next year. They have argued that the appointment of Kamau will not change a lot in changing the decisions of the people from the mountain.
Here are some of their reactions on facebook:
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