Businessman cum politician Jimmi Wanjigi in a past address. Photo/Courtesy.
In his address, Wanjigi broke Silence on President Wiliam Ruto's cabinet appointments where he warned the president not to be held Hostage by those who are in his inner circle.
Wanjigi asked the president not to give Jobs to those who were rejected by voters I the August General Elections. He noted that currently in the process of principal secretaries appointments, there are several individuals who are related to president Ruto's allies something he claims the president himself might not be aware of.
"We have a lot of political failures who want to join the civil service but they should keep off, there is enough time and personnel in Kenya to get those posts. Some of these people have lost their election bids and now they want to be PSs," The Tycoon was quoted.
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