May 18, 2022

Mass resignations rock Uhuru’s government as top officials seek political seats

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Government officials have begun the mass resignations from Public Service to pursue their Political ambitions.

The resignations are part of the law.

Already, Industrialization CAS David Osiany has “responded to the call to serve the people of Migori” in a lengthy letter shared widely.

Presidential Deliveey Unit (PDU), senior director, Patrick Ngatia has also confirmed his resignation as to seek the Nyeri Town parliamentary seat.

Ngatia in a Facebook post said, ” today marks my last day in my latest tour of duty in PDU and I am happy to have served with great colleagues.”

Devolution CS Charles Keter has also resigned to focus on his bid to become the next Kericho Governor.
Keter resigned on Tuesday and will vie on DP William Ruto’s UDA party.
“I am resigning from my office in government to focus my energy on contesting for the seat of the county of Kericho,” he told a press conference at Treasury buildings.
Keter resigned as Kericho senator in 2015 to take up a cabinet post, following an appointment by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
“I wish to sincerely thank the His Excellency the President for according me the opportunity to serve in his cabinet since 2015 when he nominated me to join his government,” Keter said.

Tourism CAS Joseph Boinnet also resigned to contest the Elgeyo Marakwet governor’s seat in the August elections.
“Today’s appearance in parliament marks the end of my tour of duty as a Chief Administrative Secretary because immediately after this, I am going to tender my resignation,” the former Inspector General said.
“I intend to head to the county where I was born to vie for the position of governor in the county of Elgeyo Marakwet.”
Transport CAS Wavinya Ndeti resigned to seek Machakos governor’s seat.
Iganjo FM will continue reporting as the resignations proceed.

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