Attorney general Justin Muturi on 17th January afternoon made a special request to President William Ruto as independent electoral and boundary commission ( IEBC) chairman leave office today.
As relayed by Kenyans.co.ke, AG Muturi now want president William Ruto to give outgoing IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati another job in his government.
According to Muturi, Chebukati should continue leading the country with his kind of resolve which he( Muturi) thinks might be a game changer for most of government's sectors.
Muturi hailed Wafula Chebukati for standing against impunity that as imposed by to them by previous regime which requested him to moderate august presidential results in favour of Azimio la Umoja chief.
" Mr Chebukati you are not retiring. I hope this country and this adminstration should find another place for you to continue leading this country with that kind of resolve ", he said.
His request however raised mixed reactions from Kenyans online who seem to be inline with his statement.
" These are the people who are championing for the hustlers. Like @gabrieloguda likes saying,we thank God for the signs of rain", one wrote.
" He can still re- apply for the same position. Who cares", rachetoh reacted.
" Tukichukua serikali tutapea vijana 30% of the government positions...Vijana fireeee", malik revealed.
"Is retirement benefits not enough for him???", Davo asked.
" A good retirement will be fine, Kenya has lots of young vibrant very well educated and have the capacity to work give them the chance", safacom wrote.
Meanwhile, let us wait and see what happens next. Remember to Follow, Share and leave your opinion in the comment section below. Thanks for reading.
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