Today, two governors, Hon. James Orengo the governor of Siaya County, and Hon. Johnson Sakaja, governor of Nairobi, appointed the members of their respective cabinets.
Many have been astonished by Sakaja's decision to include three ODM members in his cabinet, which was part of this appointment.
According to reports from reliable sources, the United Democratic Alliance UDA governor Johnson Sakaja appointed three members from Orange Democratic Movement side to be part of his cabinet.
One of them is Michael Gumo who is the son to the former Member Of Parliament from ODM party in Westland Cyrus Gumo. He has been given the docket of innovation and digital economy.
Another one is Ibrahim Nyangoya who has been given the docket of Boroughs Administration and Personnel.
Rosemary Kairuki business and hustler opportunities in the county. This is a nice move by Sakaja as he is not biased in his cabinet. Like comment and share.
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