Just hours after president William Ruto unveiled names he proposes for vetting as cabinet secretaries, confusion has emerged after two kenyans with identical names claim to be the legitimate candidate for the ministry.
In his pronouncement, president Dr. Ruto announced Zachary Mwangi Njeru as the cabinet secretary for Lands.
Various media houses went for their research to find the photos of the new lands CS, but contradiction emerges as two kenyans send their gratitude to HE. President William Ruto.
Nakuru county Governor, Her Excellency Susa Kihika tweeted to congratulate flamboyant businessman from Nakuru county, Zachary Mwangi Njeru who also shared a video of his gratitude for appointment. His photo was widely used by major media houses.
On the other hand, the county assembly speaker for Nyandarua county has also claimed he is the one who was mentioned by Dr. Ruto. His photo was shared by NTV.
The task lies for President William Ruto to clarify on who was his pick to that cabinet docket.
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