President William Ruto’s administration is already shaping up after the Cabinet Secretaries were sworn-in but appointments for PS and CAS jobs are yet to be done.
A section of MPs from Kiambu have now demanded that President Ruto should increase government appointments in the county.
Githunguri MP Gathoni Wamuchomba, Lari MP Mburu Kahangara, Juja MP George Koimburi and Gatundu North MP Elijah Njoroge Kururia have said that President Ruto should consider appointing more leaders from Kiambu for PS and CAS positions.
They have said that Kiambu overwhelmingly voted for President Ruto, beating all the other counties.
The lawmakers made the remarks at a time when scramble for appointments in Ruto’s government continue to intensify with leaders expressing their interest to serve in various positions.
The MPs specifically urged President Ruto to consider appointing former Gatundu North MP Francis Kigo Njenga. Kigo unsuccessfully vied for MP in Gatundu North on UDA ticket but lost to Elijah Kururia.
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