Respected Nyanza politician David Osiany is one of the biggest beneficiaries of President Uhuru Kenyatta's Government appointments.
In the February 17, 2020 gazette notice, Osiany was appointed as Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise Development Chief Administrative Secretary as the President reorganized his Government for efficient service delivery.
Seen as the future of Nyanza politics, Osiany has built a political brand of his own and is one of the most admired politicians in the country today.
Despite his young age, the former University of Nairobi students leader is slowly walking his political journey and it is only a matter of time before his career in politics officially takes off.
In 2013, he vied for the Rongo MP seat but failed to clinch the ODM party ticket as he lost to Dalmas Otieno.
He never contested during the 2017 poll as Otieno lost to Paul Abuor.
During the Migori Senatorial by-election in 2018 following the death of Senator Ben Oluoch, he was among those who were tipped to take over the seat. But he opted out of the race which former Cabinet Minister Ochilo Ayacko went on to win.
Going to the next general election, the youthful politician is said to be eyeing the Rongo MP seat. But the CAS job is just the beginning of his long journey to Parliament.
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