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Vocal Mt Kenya Raila supporter lands Govt job after rejecting Uhuru’s ambassador offer amidst claims she was Ruto’s mole

by Joshua Wanga
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After she gained adoration and admiration within Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance Coalition Party top ranks for the fact that she never shied away from attacking Tanga Tanga and supporting Raila despite the fact that she hailed from Rigathi Gachagua’s backyard, the latest developments are now raising curious eyebrows.

2022 Murang’a senatorial aspirant Pius Kinuthia brought to attention the fact that Caroline Karugu had just been shortlisted for a Principal Secretary post by the Public Service Commission. On a post on his Twitter handle, Kinuthia congratulated Karugu for being nominated and wished her all the best. His tweet read,
Mr. Kinuthia Pius.
I’m happy to see our Azimio deputy chief agent on list of nominees for the Ps position … congrats Caroline Karugu

Prior to this, top blogger and Orange Democratic Movement party Kileleshwa Ward Member of County Assembly Robert Alai had claimed that during campaigns, while Karugu would wine and dine with Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance Coalition Party during the day, she would then visit Sugoi at night. This was to imply that she was a double agent, spying on Raila during daytime and reporting back to Ruto at night.

Earlier in the year Karugu had said to have snubbed Uhuru’s diplomatic appointment of her before Foreign Affairs PS Macharia Kamau claimed that it was due to other engagements.

The PSC had, on Friday, October 7, published in the newspapers a list of 477 shortlisted candidates drawn from 9,154 applications. However, on Saturday the body made a revision.
The Public Service Commission (PSC) added 108 names to the list of Principal Secretary candidates.
This pushed the total number of shortlisted applicants to 585 from 477.

The PSC said the reason for adding more names on the list is to deepen regional and gender inclusivity.
“The commission has reviewed the number of shortlisted candidates in order to deepen inclusivity with regard to gender, the marginalised and minority groups, the youth and persons living with disabilities in accordance with Article 232 (1) (h) of the Constitution,” the PSC said in a notice of its new list published in The Standard and Nation newspapers on Saturday, October 8.

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