James Karanja Nyoro is an agricultural expert and economist trained at the University of Nairobi and London Wayne College. He is the current governor of Kiambu County after impeachment of Ferdinand Waititu A.K.A Baba Yao. He worked as Managing Director at the Rockefeller Foundation before venturing into politics. Prior to becoming the Kiambu County Governor, he was the Deputy Governor for Kiambu County.
Today the soft-spoken Governor James Karanja Nyoro publicly told the incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta that the country is exporting wealth and importing poverty. According to a video shared by TV47 Kenya, Kiambu County Governor James Karanja Nyoro said that he wonders why Kenya has about two or three economies talking while the rest are quiet. He went ahead and asked the President Uhuru Kenyatta whether the country needs an imported or exported economy.
"We are exporting wealth and importing Poverty."-Kiambu Governor James Nyoro." Tweeted by TV47 Kenya
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