(Photo of governor's during a past retreat, for illustration)
A governor from Central Kenya is having a serious beef with a cabinet secretary also from the same area. The governor accuses the CS of being behind his tribulations in the county especially with the members of the county assembly. The governor complains that the cabinet secretary seems not to be contented with the job that 'he' has at the National government.
The cabinet secretary keeps on salivating at the governors seat back at home. The governor now has been rendered restless and adds that if the governor is not tamed by the president William Ruto, then the ambitious cabinet secretary may soon have an impeachment attempt in bid to take over.
Just two weeks ago, there was a cabinet retreat in Nanyuki where the government officials met to deliberate over service delivery. They also met to bond with each other. The governor and the CS have not been named though.. Well you can guess...
Via The Star publication today.
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