John Njiraini withdraws candidature for NLC top job
By Japheth Ogila
| August 7th 2019
Former Kenya Revenue Authority Commissioner General John Njiraini has withdrawn his candidature for the position of National Land Commission Chairperson.
In a letter dated August 6, 2019, Njiraini told the selection committee of the chairperson and members of the National Land Commission that he wishes to withdraw his candidacy due to personal reasons.
The letter read partly: “I wish to communicate my decision to withdraw as a candidate for the position of Chairperson of the National Land Commission in order to pursue other interests.”
Mr Njiraini ended the letter by thanking the selection committee for according him the chance.
He was among 11 candidates who were shortlisted to take up the mantle of the NLC after the exit of Muhammad Swazuri.
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