Uhuru’s hands-on leadership style hurting Jubilee fortunes
When he ascended to power, following 2013 general election, President Uhuru Kenyatta gave a palpable impression that his leadership style would be different from those of his predecessors. The UhuRuto swag that enthralled the nation shortly after the duo had won elections, and subsequently taken office was a herald, a figurative pronouncement that it was time for a fresh and unprecedented leadership style. Following the first few months of induction, Uhuru’s cabinet secretaries, most of who got schooled at some of the world’s most prestigious institutions, including Harvard, would be expected to steer their ministries to the levels never seen in this country before This lame duck and helpless semblance of Uhuru’s government has become an early Christmas gift for the opposition. Despite suffering what many saw as the blow of death, during President Obama’s visit last July, the opposition is once again firm on its feet and is now setting the country’s agenda, while the government is c
By Alphan Njogu 8 years ago
Uhuru’s hands-on leadership style hurting Jubilee fortunes
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