A 29-year old youth from Bungoma County has thanked President Uhuru Kenyatta for appointing him as a Permanent Secretary.
Mr. Enosh Momanyi learned of his appointment as the new PS in the Ministry of Physical Planning via a local daily which ran the list of the new appointees on her front page.
In his press release seen by this website, the Webuye West resident and accountant thanked the Head of State for extending the gesture to the youths. Here is his presser as shared with us:
“It’s a good day waking up to calls from people I know and many I do not know.
I have learnt through The standard newspaper top page of my appointment to the position of PS physical planning and perhaps many of you watched HE. Uhuru Kenyatta read his commitment towards giving equal opportunities to youths and in this case those that have attained better academic heights iced with a successful consolidated character.
I wish to thank HE. Uhuru Kenyatta for believing in youths and acknowledging the simple fact that youths will drive kaizen (sic).
My desire is to align my responsibilities towards the president’s big 4 agenda. Thanks to all Kenyans and look forward to being a servant to all.
Though the person appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta in the same position is Enoch Momanyi Onyango, the Standard published the name “Enosh Momanyi Onyango” alongside the youth’s image.
Mr. Momanyi has a Bachelor of commerce Accounting CPA(k) from the Dedan Kimathi University of Techology and is currently perusing an MBA from the University of Nairobi.
He has been a key contributor to the integrity clubs curriculum by EACC 2010 ( former KACC).
Former Friends School Kamusinga Principal Amb. Simon Nabukwesi was another notable figure from Bungoma County that benefited from the new appointments having been appointed as the new PS in the Ministry of Education – University Education and Research.
Other Principles Secretaries reshuffled are:
- Joe Okudo – Sports
- Chris Kiptoo – Environment & Forestry
- Kevit Desai – East Africa Community
- Margaret W Mwakima – Regional Development
- Esther J Koimett – Broadcasting & Telecommunications
- Peter Kaberia – Mining
- Safina Kwekwe – Tourism
- Colletta A Suda – Gender