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Jubilee government is isolating us, Sabaot leaders claim

By Osinde Obare | Dec 6th 2015 | 1 min read

Sabaot leaders have accused the Jubilee government of isolating the community in recent public appointments.

The leaders said they are unhappy with the recent reshuffle of the Cabinet by President Uhuru Kenyatta because it left out the community.

“We are disappointed that the president and his deputy did not include a member from the Sabaot community in the lineup despite our overwhelming support for the government," protested former Kitale deputy mayor Pius Mzee Arap Kauka.

The leaders, however, supported the nomination of Kenya Seed MD Willy Bett as Cabinet Secretary, Agriculture Ministry.

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