Kimilili Member of Parliament Hon Didmus Barasa has staged a fresh attack against Kenya African National Union Party leader Gideon Moi over Cabinet Secretary for Tourism and Wildlife Najib Balala's new appointee after revoking Pauline Njoroge's appointment in the Tourism sector.
On Saturday evening Cabinet Secretary for the Tourism and Wildlife Najib Balala has rejected the appointment of Pauline Njoroge in the Board of Tourism Regulatory Authority after her social media post criticising the use of Nairobi National Park revenue.
Balala has then appointed Najma Ismail to fill in the vacant position left by Pauline Njoroge in the Tourism Regulatory Authority Board member.
However, the action by Balala has not been embraced well by the Kimilili Legislator and who has torn into the CS latest move drawing the name of Baringo Senator Gideon Moi in the controversies.
Didnus Barasa has penned a question to CS Balala asking him on why he has decided to replace Pauline Njoroge with Najma Ismail whom the Kimilili legislator has claimed is a sister in law to Baringo Senator Gideon Moi.
On Friday relatives and close allies of Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga, Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and Kenya African National Union Party leader Gideon Moi were appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta to various positions in government.
Among them include Beryl Okumu [Raila's young Sister], Kevin Muasya [Kalonzo Musyoka Son] and Nick Salat who is serving as Gideon Moi's party Secretary-General.
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