Former ruling Party Kanu has made changes to its leadership, replacing former Secretary General Nick Salat with National Executive Director George Wainaina.
Salat resigned from the Party after he was suspended for misconduct.
Mr Job Waka as the new National Executive Director.
National chairman Gideon Moi in a statement following the NEC meeting said the party has also nominated Mr Ibrahim Sheikh as the party’s 1st National Vice-Chairman.
Samburu West MP Naisula Lesuuda as the 2nd National Vice-Chairperson.
“For the position of the Kanu Women Congress National Chairperson, I hereby nominate Hon. Gladwel Tungo and for the position of the Secretary for Health, I hereby nominate Mr Mohammed Bashir Dahir,” Moi said.
Moi added that the nominations are on an interim basis pending party elections.
“The individuals I am nominating today are best fit to fill the aforementioned positions and steer the party to the next level” he said.
He went on to say that his convictions are based on the fact that the individuals bring a reservoir of political experience with extensive knowledge and expertise in the running and management of political affairs and institutions.
Mr Moi also announced the commencement of a 90-day nationwide Kanu membership recruitment exercise beginning March 15, 2023 to be spearheaded by the current officials in the respective branches.
Thereafter, the party shall begin its elections in line with the set guidelines.
“It is my belief that the said officials are fully compliant as paid-up members of the party in accordance with the party constitution, and membership policy,” he said.