Campaigns to take over Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro's position as Kiharu constituency parliamentarian by a section of leaders have been brought to a halt. This is after the member of Parliament failed to land a cabinet appointment in President Ruto's government.
Many were speculating that the Kiharu member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro was to resign as the MP . Since Ruto had settled on him for a cabinet appointment.
A move that saw a section of aspirants start campaigns to succeed him. Only for them to be forced to stop. Since MP Nyoro failed to feature in Ruto's cabinet.As details emerge on why the MP failed to be appointed
As revealed by a media outlet, the Star. President Ruto failed to pick MP Ndindi Nyoro as a Cabinet secretary firstlyy because he wanted not to lose key foot soldiers like MP Nyoro in Mt. Kenya.
It is also alleged that MP Nyoro failed to land a CS position because Ruto wanted acregiovsl balance in his cabinet.With Nyoro's counterpart also hailing from Murang'a, that is Kandara Member of Parliament, Alice Wahome having been appointed as CS.
It was difficult for Nyoro to be appointed . Since it will result in an imbalance in the regional allocation.Where 2 CSS are hailing from the same county.
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