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Former Kiambu Governor Waititu Gets a Government Job

President William Ruto has appointed former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu to be a member of the Nairobi Rivers Commission.

Waititu, who was impeached from office in 2020 on corruption charges, will be among the men and women tasked by President Ruto to “reclaim the rivers of Nairobi as a spine to the city’s blue and green infrastructure for a better urban environment and quality of life”.

The Nairobi Rivers Commission established by President Ruto will be chaired by Dr. Pamela A. Olet with other members being Mumo Musuva – Representative from Nairobi City County – Grace Senewa Mesopirr — Representing the Ministry of Environment and Forestry.

Other members include Eva Muhia – Representing Riverine Communities; Elizabeth Wathuti – Representing Civil Society; Carlota Dal Lago – Representing the Private Sector; Elijah Biama – Representing Academia; Duncan Ojwang – Representing Academia.

The Commission membership is limited to three years renewable once based on performance.

The commission will also examine previous reports and recommendations made to reclaim the Nairobi River and adopt lessons learnt in the new initiative.

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Carlota Dal Lago Duncan Ojwang Elizabeth Wathuti Kiambu Waititu


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