With just a month to the elections, a few Kenyans would expect a change of leadership in the city county. However, the Nairobi governor Ann Kananu has effected a move to change the leadership of Nairobi county just a month to elections. In a move that was confirmed by Nairobi county communication officer Jacob Elkanah, a four staff reshuffle has been effected by the current governor Ann Kananu. According to the effect that took place in today's afternoon meeting, four staffs were reshuffled from their previous posts in the Nairobi county offices.
Joseph Gathiaka who was the acting head of county treasury has taken over as the finance chief officer. Joseph has replaced Muhammad Sahel who now takes over as head of health docket in the same capacity. Bruan Kisali takes over as acting chief of disaster management docket. Elizabeth Njau takes over as the acting chief of trade, commerce and industrialisation. The governor indicated that the changes were to effect delivery of services to Nairobi residents.
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