As the Kenya Kwanza government continues to constitute the leadership by making appointments, kenyans are keen on how balancing across the country will be made.
Me. Chirchir John has been appointed to become acting chief executive officer of the Kenya Tourism Board. This was done after the tenure of former CEO, Dr. Betty Radier came to an end.
The latest appointment has however sparked reactions online from kenyans.
An online user by the name of Gordon, stated "we expected the name". While another user stated that Kalenjins voted for their son overwhelmingly and so people should not become offended.
Have a look at how kenyans reacted to this latest appointment.
The law society of Kenya had earlier gone to court to petition how the permanent secretaries were appointed by the public service board.
The LSK had alleged that the appointed permanent secretaries were largely belonging to two tribes.
The court ordered the parliament to stop the vetting process of the appointed nominees.
Is Kenya's kwanza government considering the regional balance?
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