30% OF GOVT FOR MULEMBE NATION: CASE STUDY CAS NOMINATIONS
By Mwalimu Amunga AKHANYALABANDU
Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has said his Mt. Kenya region has harvested 28 slots of the 50 CAS NOMINATIONS. My Luhya Nation has only 4. That gives me license to lament strongly this morning.
My Khwisero stronghold has been left out. We had two strong names known as
1. SANDE OYOLO
2. Moses Oburu
These two have stood with Ruto and Musalia Mudavadi and paid the price by their own blood and money. But they have been left out. Hatuelewi why this govt is not rewarding loyalists in Khwisero yet going across the road to Siaya to pick several names that were unknown to us.
What hurts even more, is when deputy president Rigathi Gachagua this morning, has been on all Kikuyu nation radio stations where he has boasted of how his community managed to grab 28 slots of the total 50 CAS nominated yesterday. 28 vs only 5 from Mulembe Nation. Really?? Where is the Mulembe nation’s 30%?
Worst hit is our Mulembe Nation women in ANC and Ford Kenya. When appointments come, rarely do we see the women who have stood with the two parties that represent us in KK GOVT. I feel so bad when I do not see names like Sylvia Mulama, Eve Mwanzo, Linda Libesse, Sylvia Wechuli etc.
So far, the Luhya Nation leaders are yet to comment on the CAS NOMINATIONS. But what is very clear is that Luhyas in Kenya Kwanza feel SHORTCHANGED. Areas like Bunyore have no single person in this govt.
The question on the streets is.. Were the ANC PARTY AND FORD KENYA consulted or were they SHORTCHANGED IN THE CAS NOMINATIONS as usual? Statistics don’t lie. Here they are…
FK-2- Chris, Sudi
Trans Nzoia County
UDA-2 ( the two are not even Luhyas)
ANC-0 (it lost CAS Wafukho slot)
Imbotokha of our leaders is our big problem. Our top leadership reached heaven when they were APPOINTED. They now bargain for their relatives and close friends. They forgot the community. 2027 cometh.
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