One of President Uhuru Kenyatta's Cabinet Secretaries has shared some light on her personality while in JKL show which airs in Citizen TV. The CS for Lands was invited to give an insight into the National Land Information Management System.
The new system was launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta and Lands CS, Faridah Karoney. The new system will seel loopholes in the land registration and transfer processes that have allowed duplication of documents.
The no_nonsense CS also revealed her other side while in the interview;
@citizen Farida Karoney, Cabinet Secretary for Lands & Physical Planning: I’m tough but I’m fair…I’m very driven…Do everything well, even the little things… For if you cannot do the little things well, why should you be entrusted to do big things?
According to the CS, she is a tough lady but very fair. Farida Karoney is among the most trusted Cabinet Secretaries in President Uhuru Kenyatta's regime.
She never engages in political events or activities across the country and is always committed towards her work. Under her tenure as Lands CS, several developments have been experienced in her ministry.
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