Shock as Prof. MAGOHA loses his cool during vetting in Parliament-He almost beat the hell out of Jubilee MP DAVID SANKOK in front of MUTURI


Thursday March 14, 2019-President Uhuru Kenyatta’s nominee for the position of Cabinet Secretary for Education, Prof. George Magoha, today appeared infuriated by a question raised by nominated MP, David Ole Sankok, during his vetting.
Magoha appeared before the National Assembly where MPs posed various questions regarding his experience, management style, among other issues that would affect his performance.
However, a question by Sankok threw off the no-nonsense Professor as he stared at the tribal nuances of political appointments.
Sankok asked Magoha to explain how he intended to ensure regional and tribal balance given that he would be working with a CAS from his community and he would also be the third CS to be picked from Siaya County.
But the question did not augur well with the good Professor who said he had only taken the job because he because he believed he was the best qualified person to serve Kenyans as Education CS.
I would like to believe that the reason I was given this job is because I am best qualified to serve Kenyans. I do not think I was put here to represent Jaluos so don’t take me there.

If you don’t want me to serve Kenyans, I will go do other things. So please don’t take me there. I am the wrong person to represent political interests because am very apolitical,”
said Magoha.

It took the intervention from National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi, who diluted the tense mood with a light remark, noting that the Professor had “woken up most members”.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

  1. The Prof did not appoint himself, neither did the tribe appoint him. His creds precedes the don. So lie low bwama MP.

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