The Senator of Nairobi County Edwin Sifuna,has made a statement that has based on the weakness of the appointed Cabinet Secret of the Ministry of Public Service, Gender & Affirmative Action.Aisha Jumwa.
The Senator of Nairobi County Edwin Sifuna,has made comparison of the Kenya Kwanza leaders who got themselves at the government following the appointment of Cabinet Secretaries.Edwin Sifuna through an interview with the KTN News,he has disclosed that there are people in Kenya Kwanza like Kithure Kindiki,who are competing for any government position but Aisha Jumwa is a big joke for the reason of not being competent or suitable for any position.
The newly appointed Cabinet Secretary of the Ministry of Public Service, Gender & Affirmative Action,Aisha Jumwa,was one of the candidates who vied for the seat of Governor Kilifi County.
Let's share our views on the comment area.Is Edwin Sifuna right about what he has disclosed about Aisha Jumwa during his interview?
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