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Moses Kuria speaks on CS Matiang’i’s new role in government
By Vincent Kejitan | Updated Jan 23, 2019 at 12:33 EAT
Moses Kuria

“The first constitutional change has taken place without a referendum..."

Matiang’i has a track-record of thoroughness and efficiency

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria on Tuesday opined on the appointment of Interior CS Fred Matiang’i as the chairperson of the National Development Implementation and Communication Committee.

The legislator congratulated him, CS Henry Rotich and PS Karanja Kibicho saying he can now sleep comfortably since his idea has come to fruition.

“I congratulate CS Fred Matiang’i, CS Henry Rotich and PS Karanja Kibicho for their big appointments by H.E the President.

“Now I can sleep well and sound, comfortable that there is a team of 3 who will switch on and off the lights of government every morning and evening, ensure the government cows have been milked and milk delivered to the collection Centre and nobody forgot to lock in Government chickens or remove government clothes from the line,” wrote the legislator.

He further added: “Exactly what I had in mind when I proposed a Prime Minister and 2 Deputy Prime Ministers appointed by the President to assist the President and the Deputy President in these important roles.

“The first constitutional change has taken place without a referendum.”

Matiang’i has a track-record of thoroughness and efficiency and it is a no brainer that President Uhuru Kenyatta chose him to oversee the implementation of his Big Four Agenda plan and other key projects.

According to the President’s Executive Order, the committee will also monitor the utilization of resources and realization of targeted outcomes in key projects.

On Tuesday, the Head of State announced plans to adopt a ‘One-Government Approach Policy’ to increase efficiency, speed of delivery and better utilization of public resources.

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