Former Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) commissioner Dr Roselyn Akombe has come out to weigh in on Dr Stella Bosire’s rejection of a nomination by Nairobi governor Mike Sonko to head the County Health docket.
Taking to her Twitter account on Tuesday, a day after Dr Bosire failed to turn up for the vetting by the Nairobi County Assembly’s Committee on Appointments, Akombe applauded Dr Bosire for failing to turn up for the exercise.
“Kudos Dr Bosire! Always refreshing to see professionalism and integrity shining amidst the leadership crisis we face as a country!” said Akombe.
She came out to reveal that she will be glad to serve Kenyans in other places and not as the head of the health docket in Nairobi County.
“Unfortunately, it has come to that. I will serve Kenyans in other spaces,” said Bosire.
Bosire didn’t only refuse to turn up for the exercise, but she also didn’t submit her credentials and other needed documents required by the vetting body.
Committee chairman and acting Nairobi County Assembly Speaker Chege Mwaura revealed that Dr Bosire was never interested in this job as she never submitted any of her documents.
“She never presented her papers to the committee to be vetted so we assumed she was not interested,” said Mr Mwaura.