Cherargei to Balala: You won’t be part of Kenya Kwanza’s Government

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Kenya Kwanza leaders now want Tourism CS Najib Balala to exit with President Kenyatta. 

This comes after Balala had expressed interest in maintaining his post.

The leaders have however condemned Balala saying the CS also took part in ridiculing their leader President Elect William Ruto. 

“Retire with Uhuru peacefully and move on ,15 years you should be contented “

Samson Cheregei

Retirement

Taking to his twitter page Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei told Balala to retire peacefully.

Cherargei said Balala did not come out to support Ruto when he was being humiliated.

“Retire with Uhuru peacefully and move on ,15 years you should be contented ,”he tweeted 

The CS for tourism had earlier openly applauded the win of William Ruto and Rigathi and went on to state that he was ready to serve in the government of the President Elect. 

“I’m ready to serve Ruto and to finish the work which I had started as a Cabinet Secretary,” he said .

Low Profile

Najib Balala has over the years been termed as a soft going politician who keeps a low profile and appears in the lights after the storm passes by.

He has climbed the ladder from being a Member of Parliament into the lucrative cabinet seats in different governments.

“I’m ready to serve Ruto and to finish the work which I had started as a Cabinet Secretary”

Najib Balala

During President Mwai Kibaki’s first term in office, he served in the Ministry for Gender, Sports ,Culture and National Heritage and Culture.

In Kibaki’s second term, Balala was appointed  Minister for Tourism, an office he held till the reign of the President ended in 2012 .

Luck was still on his side as he was appointed to serve both in the first and second term in the new government under President Kenyatta and William Ruto.

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