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I’ve no interest in Nairobi deputy governor’s post, says Rachel Shebesh

By Phares Mutembei | April 13th 2018
Rachel Shebesh

Chief Administrative Secretary Rachel Shebesh has said she is not interested in the Nairobi deputy governor's post.

Responding to Meru Governor Kiraitu Murungi's suggestion that she was up to the task, Ms Shebesh said she was happy working for the Ministry of Public Service, Gender and Youth.

“I am no longer a politician. I am now a civil servant. The transition has been quick because of the directions of the President. No more siasa, it’s all about development,” she said in Meru.

Ms Shebesh, whose name has been floated in various forums for the post, said she had a job to do as CS Margaret Kobia’s assistant.

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