'Kimemia's analogue thinking cost him his job'
20 April 2015, 10:38
Nakuru - Nakuru east MP, David Gikaria has said that the former secretary to the Cabinet, Francis Kimemia’s analogue thinking and way of doing things cost him his job.
Gikaria said that Kimemia refused to adopt change and stuck to the old and analogue way of dealing with issues, something he said is not part of the Jubilee government.
Speaking in Nakuru town Sunday, Gikaria said that Kimemia should blame himself for failing to protect his job even when he knew it was under threat.
“Kimemia refused to become digital and thought he was still serving in the Kibaki government. He thought he would dictate and run affairs at the Office of the President alone but that is not the case with the Jubilee government.
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“The Jubilee government is a digital government and analogue brains cannot cope up with the speed of the current government. Kimemia was just a victim of a working digital government,” Gikaria said.
He however said that members of parliament from Nakuru County were ready and willing to work with Kimemia if he vies for the Nakuru governorship.
“We are all ready to support him if he wants our support because we see him as an able candidate who can lead our County the way we want,” he said.
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