Having exited the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry where she was the CEO, Angela Ndambuki could be getting another government appointment if word reaching Pulse is anything to go by.
According to a little bird, the lawyer who is the brains behind the Performers Rights Society of Kenya and currently the Kenya Association of Music producer’s vice chairperson, is tipped for a top job in one of the culture and arts-related government departments.
Even though she wouldn’t comment when Pulse sought to get clarity, our source says she is being highly considered for the competitive job thanks to her experience and clean record.
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