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Kenya Hakuna UKABILA, Social Media is Just Full of Ethnic Bigots

This post is from a friend on Facebook. It amplifies what the mainstream media want you to forget and assume that everything is alright.

 

KENYA HAKUNA UKABILA, WE’VE DISTRIBUTED NATIONAL APPOINTMENT WELL

EXAMPLE: Today the army commander is John Karangi and the CBK governor is Njuguna Ndung’u. NSIS boss is major Michael Gichangi. CID director is Muhoro. Ministry of finance; minister is Njeru Githae whose PS is Joseph Kinywa. The head of pensions is Anne Mugo and the auditor General is Priscilla Njeri. As Prof. Njuguna Ndung’u took over as the central bank governor, his deputy is John Gikonyo.

… When Michael Waweru retired from KRA, he was immediately replaced by John Njiraini. The board secretary at KRA is Mrs. Ng’ang’a. and the senior deputy in charge of investigation and enforcement is Mr. Karimi. Still at KRA, the head of customs service is wambui.

At Kenya Airports Authority, the MD is Stephen Gichuki and was recently joined by Eric Kiraithe after failing to secure the Inspector general of police after vetting. At Kenya Re, the board chairman is Nelius Kariuki and the CEO of Kenya power is Joseph Njoroge. The CEO of the Kenya Pests control is Mrs. Gladys Maina.

The Attorney General is Githu Muigai and the solicitor general is Muchemi Wanjiku whose deputy is Muthoni Kimani. The registrar of political parties is Lucy Ndung’u and the government printer is Andrew Rukaria. Still the head of civil service is Francis Kimemia replacing Francis Muthaura. CID Director is Ndegwa Muhoro and the KBC MD is Njoroge.

LET US MOVE ON AND BUILD KENYA. #PEACE PEOPLE

Robert

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Respected Kenyan blogger, tech evangelist, and social justice activist. Robert is known for his hard-hitting articles and opinions disseminated through his Twitter handle @RobertAlai or Facebook page (www.fb.com/RobertAlai).

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  1. Is disturbs me when I see there is not ethnic balance in public appointments ..the leaders of today are setting a very bad precedent and their blind followers will surely suffer due to such decisions in a distant future since they cannot be in power forever ….

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