After visiting the US on December 17 with President William Ruto, Trade Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria, Foreign Affairs CS Alfred Mutua, and Treasury CS Njuguna Ndung'u, Nairobi gubernatorial candidate Richard Ngatia obtained a position abroad.
Richard had a chance to become the fourth governor of Nairobi under the Azimio party, but he resigned in favor of Igathe. He nevertheless continues to serve as the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry's president.
The president congratulated him after hearing the news and said that Kenya will benefit from his appointment.
"We congratulate the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry and its Chairman, Richard Ngatia for the appointment and co-option into the International Chamber of Commerce,” he stated.
Since Mr. Ngatia believed Raila would be the head of state, he had dreams of landing a job in the commerce sector. Even still, after starting his new job, he has still received excellent news.
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