Didmas Mokua who is a popular political analyst has named former Elgeyo-Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen amongst other CS nominees who showed the greatest level of competency during the vetting process.
Murkomen and the four nominees were amongst the 24 Cabinet nominees who appeared before the parliamentary appointment committee in an activity that kicked off on Monday and reached its end Saturday October, 22.
A total of five nominees appeared before the committee on the first four days, except for Saturday where a total of 4 nominees were vetted.
Speaking to KTN TV, Didmus Mokua has waxed lyrical about Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi who was the first nominee to face the committee on its first day. Mokua says that Mudavadi gave an helicopter view of how the government operates and his roles as a Prime Cabinet nominee.
Another leader who joined Mudavadi and Kipchumba Murkomen in the list of competent leaders is Interior Cabinet Secretary nominee Kithure Kindiki who also gave a clear understanding of the docket.
Information Communication Technology and Education nominees Eliud Owalo and Ezekiel Machogu were also named by the analysts as leaders who showed competency.
"Somebody like Mudavadi gave an helicopter view of the entire administration, but placed specific emphasis on the economy, then there is Kipchumba Murkomen and there is Kithure Kindiki, Eliud Owalo as well Ezekiel Machogu those are the people who stood out." He said.
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