CS Amina Mohamed in a past photo.
Former president Uhuru Kenyatta's first ever foreign affairs cabinet secretary during his first term in office has landed a prestigious international job according to a statement released today by a global organization.
In a statement, the commonwealth announced that it had picked Ms Amina Mohamed to lead the group's observer mission to the Dominican republic where elections are due to be held in a few days.
The commonwealth added that Amina, who just left office last month after handing over to Ababu Namwamba, will lead a group of five eminent persons to the mission. Among those she will lead is Tanzania's former foreign affairs minister Liberata Mulamula.
"Under the chairmanship of Amina Mohammed, I firmly believe that the observer group will provide an informed, comprehensive and impartial assessment of the electoral process," commonwealth secretary general Patricia Scotland stated.
Amina is expected to fly abroad and arrive at the Dominican republic by Wednesday next week (30th November 2022). They're expected to be impartial during the exercise and traverse all parts of the country.
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