Kenya: MP Cites Nepotism in State Jobs
By Angwenyi Gichana, 2 January 2014
KITUTU Masaba MP Timothy Bosire has accused the government of going against its manifesto on creating employment for the youth. Speaking at Nyaikuro Primary School on Tuesday, Bosire faulted the recent appointment of parastatal chairpersons saying it did not reflect the face of Kenya.
"This is not a government of two communities. When President Uhuru Kenyatta won the presidency, he became President of all Kenyans and not two communities," he said. Bosire called for investigations into the alleged exaggerated cost of Sh400 billion to be incurred in the construction of the Standard Gauge Railway.
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