Outgoing Chief Administrative Secretary David Osiany has said he will he handing over his duties and responsibilities to seven new nominees.
Osiany took to his official twitter account on Friday, March 17 saying that his close friends dubbed him the tittle ‘super CAS’ since he is to hand over the mantle to seven nominees.
This follows president William Ruto’s nomination of CASs.
Former Nairobi governor Evans Kidero, Vincent Mogaka and Lilian Tomitom were appointed by the head of state to replace Osiany as CASs for the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment.
Moreover, Osiany will be replaced by two other nominees including Mwanamaka Maruki and Rael Lelei in the Ministry of EAC, ASALs and Regional Development where he has been serving in an acting capacity.
6. CAS Mwanamaka Mamruki- Ministry of EAC, ASALs & Regional Dev’t
7. CAS Rael Chebichii Lelei – Ministry of EAC, ASALs & Regional Dev’t.
Hence the #SuperCAS joke by friends. Not for the wide mandate, but for the excellent execution & passion for the nation. 4/5 pic.twitter.com/Mh4OnipOnb
— 🇰🇪 David Osiany, HSC (@DavidOsiany) March 17, 2023
Likewise, the president nominated Margaret Wanjiru and Amos Mugo to serve as CASs for the Ministry of Corporative & MSMEs if approved by parliament.
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Nevertheless, David Osiany was appointed by retired President Uhuru Kenyatta to serve as CAS for the Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise development.
He landed his role as CAS for East African Commission and Regional Development in acting capacity when Ken Obura resigned to vie for the Kisumu Gubernatorial seat.
In addition, the Ministry of Corporatives & MSMEs and that of Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise Development were under Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation during Uhuru Kenyatta’s error.
When President Ruto took over the leadership of the country, he split the entities and made the Ministry of Corporative and MSMEs in which he appointed Simon Chelugui to head.
Nonetheless, the nominees for CAS roles are set to be vetted by the parliament before being appointed by the President.
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