On Wednesday 24th September, interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiang'i presided over the installation ceremony of Principal Chief Wilson Mpapayo of Ntashat Location in Kajiado to Senior Principal Chief.
Matiang'i described Mpapayo as a role model who has exemplified diligence in service delivery and community leadership.
While speaking,his attention was suddenly caught by an Helicopter Which was searching for a safe space to land forcing him to pause his speech for a short while.
On realizing the silence which had overcome the place, Matiang'i resumed his speech telling the people that it might be carrying some of colleague cabinet secretaries they were with in Makueni during the devolution conference.
He also said that he had asked Cs Keriako Tobiko who hails from Kajiado to join him in the installation ceremony and would be arriving at the event any time.
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