Kipruto Arap kirwa.
Political analyst and former minister Kipruto Arap kirwa has weighed in on the ongoing vetting of cabinet secretary nominees by the Parliamentary committee on appointment.
Speaking to k24 on Wednesday morning, kirwa sought to advise the cabinet secretary nominee for public service and gender Aisha Jumwa.
He advised that Incase she gets the job which is the most likely thing to happen, she should sit back and Create a team and become a team leader so that she doesn't get embroiled in the nitty gritties of how to run such a sensitive docket.
"The only advice I would give Aisha Jumwa is to step back, create a team and become the team leader so that she doesn't get embroiled in the details of how to run a ministry", said kirwa.
The former vice chairman of united democratic alliance party, said that running a ministry is very complex especially now that it's her first time.
According to Him, the CS should take time to learn and go through the most recent research in the ministry so as to be abreast of the current trends and emerging issues.
Aisha Jumwa who is the immediate former Malindi MP was vetted yesterday amid queries of her academic qualifications.
However, the independent electoral and boundaries commission had cleared her to run for kilifi gubernatorial race ahead of the august 9 general election but she lost to Governor Mungaro.
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