"I Am the Son of Simon Nyachae, I Still Use His Notes Even Now As a Cabinet Secretary", CS Matiang
By IddAbia | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 9144 views
Interior Cabinet Secretary, Fred Okeng'o Matiang'i has revealed that the late Simon Nachae was his Father. And he thought him a lot concerning Leadership and Governance.
"The late played a key role in my childhood life. He paid my Secondary and University School Fees. And that is why I refer myself as the Son of Simon Nyachae, and I still even use his notes even now as a Cabinet Secretary." Said Matiang
According to the Gusii Community, If anyone takes good care of you. You are allowed to refer him or her as your Mother or Father.
The late Simon Nyachae was a Minister in President Daniel Moi's Government. And he was a very good Friend to Moi and his Entire Family. But due to Political differences, Nyachae decided to protest against the bad leadership of President Moi.
It is revealed that there are a lot of Politicians into the Government who passed through the Hands of the late Simon Nyachae. Meaning that Nyachae played a key role in nurturing their Political Careers and also leading them into the Right direction.
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