Moses Kuria had previously declared his intention to run for the Kiambu county gubernatorial seat. As a result, he announced his intention to appoint a female deputy governor. He listed requirements such as having a master’s degree, being fluent in English, and having at least three years of work experience from a reputable large institution, among others.
Kuria reveals this morning that he has already found a high-scoring candidate. However, he will not be the prospective deputy governor because she has been hit by unexpected circumstances that require her immediate attention. Despite this, he says he will find a way to include Janet Mbugua (prospective deputy) in her government.
“I’m in shambles. Janet Mbugua, who received the highest marks in the talent search for Kiambu Deputy Governor, will not be taking the job due to unforeseen personal emergencies that she must attend to in the short term.” Moses Kuria penned the piece.
“In the future, my administration will undoubtedly find a way to benefit from @OfficialJMbugua’s experience and capacity. I am saddened by the loss. Janet is a huge inspiration for the country’s youth, professionals, women, and young mothers “the Gatundu South legislator added