Jacque Maribe. [All Images | Courtesy]
The now-former Citizen TV News Anchor Jacque Maribe has come out and since denied claims that she had been appointed to the office of Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua as Director of Communication.
This comes after she had been trending on social media which can be said to be her official comeback to the public on a brighter note as she has been battling court cases regarding the death of Monica Kimani's case where she was also a suspect.
Jacque has been actively hosting her own TV Show dubbed 'The Hot Seat' which focuses on the nation's crucial matters that politicians are talking about as they are also asked their own views and opinions on various matters.
The mother of one took to her official social media account and cleared the air on whether she has received any confirmation into working at the DP's office. She thanked all those that wished her well stating that she is not but God knows all.
''I am not the Director of Communications at the Deputy President's Office. Thank you for the well wishes, calls, and texts. Mambo ya God.'' Jacque Maribe posted on her official Instagram account.
Jacque is a known talented journalist and many viewers from Kenyans pointed out that they miss her on screens and they would not mind if she be part of the Press Team in the new government.
Jacque Maribe and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua. [All Images | Courtesy]
Jacque's former colleague and also former Citizen TV Hussein Mohamed who served as Director of Communications, WSR Presidential Campaign is likely to be picked as the new State House Spokesperson after doing a good job during the campaign period for President Ruto.
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