Attorney General Justin Muturi Has told President William Ruto to get the outgoing IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati another job. Muturi says Chebukati has served Kenyans so well and he does not need to go into retirement as he is still a young man.
According to Muturi, President Ruto should find another place to place Chebukati as the country still needs him. He has noted that Chebukati is a man with determination and needs a place to serve Kenyans.
During a meeting with Commissions and Independent Offices held at State House, Muturi said Ruto needs to find Chebukati a job. Muturi says good leaders like Chebukati do not need to go home when they can still serve Kenyans.
“Mr Chebukati, you should not retire. I would like to ask the current administration to find you place so that you continue leading this country into prosperity. With your resolve you are very resourceful for Kenyans,” Muturi has said.
The Kenya Kwanza administration has been showering Chebukati with praises over how he conducted the past elections. Ruto and his team have maintained that Chebukati refused to be corrupted by Azimio coalition.
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