KNUT senior official lands ambassadorial job in Ruto’s latest appointments

Kenneth Ng'ang'a, hitherto the KNUT Executive Secretary for Bungoma, has been appointed Kenya's Ambassador to the UAE.

A KNUT senior official Kenneth Milimo Nganga has been appointed Ambassador in the latest nominations and appointments to the foreign service by President William Ruto.

Nganga will now represent Kenya in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as the new Ambassador there.

Before his appointment, Nganga was serving as the Bungoma South Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) Executive Secretary, and also a National Executive Council (NEC-1) member representing Western region.

Speaking to Education News this evening, Nganga thanked the Speaker of the National Assembly Moses Wetangula, who he said presented his name to the President, promising that people will know much about him in his vetting in Parliament.

“Let them wait until during parliamentary vetting, then they can get to know more about me. As at now I am appointed and thank His Excellency the President through the Speaker of the National Assembly Rt. Hon. Wetangula because it is him who presented my name,” said Nganga.


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