Rebecca Miano, the cabinet Secretary for East African Community affairs, has been sworn in as an ex-officio Member of the East African Legislative Assembly during the 5th Swearing of the Assembly in Arusha, Tanzania.
Miani was sworn in along nine members of Parliament sent by Kenya to the Asembly to represent the country.
Cabinet Secretary Rebecca Miano taking an oath of office in Arusha. Photo/Courtesy.
The East African Legislative Assembly on the 5th swearing-in. Photo/Courtesy.
A section of East African Legislative Assembly members during their swearing-in. Photo/Courtesy.
Rebecca shared the updates on her officialsocialmediapage.
"Sworn in as @EA_Bunge ex-officio Member of the 5th EALA held in Arusha, Tanzania this afternoon." She posted on her official social media pages.
According to the EALA Constitution, The Ex-official Membership consists of Ministers of each Partner State responsible for regional co-operation. Miano is the East African Community Affairs. The Secretary General of the EAC and the Counsel to the Community are also Ex-officio Members.
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