Wamalwa seeks MPs approval over new job
30 May 2015, 09:09
Nairobi - Former New Ford Kenya Chairman Eugene Wamalwa will be up for vetting June 9 as he seeks clearance to start his new job as Water and Irrigation Cabinet Secretary.
Wamalwa was appointed April by President Uhuru Kenyatta to head the new docket, formed after departments in the Ministries if Agriculture and Environment were hived off.
The vetting, which will take place before parliament's Administration and National Security Committee will take place June 9.
" The Committee on Administration and National Security now invites
interested members of the public to submit affidavits that they may have
on the suitability or otherwise of the nominee for appointment as
Secretary to Cabinet," a public advert over the vetting says.
Also on the vetting list is the current Principal Secretary in the Interior and National Coordination Ministry Monica Juma who was nominated Secretary to the Cabinet by the President, replacing the sacked Francis Kimemia.
The nominees will be required to submit relevant testimonials during the
vetting, clearance from the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission,
Kenya Revenue Authority, Higher Education Loans Board, the Criminal
Investigations Department and the Credit Reference Bureau.
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