–A section of Jubilee legislatures opposed the nomination of Rashid Mohammed Achesa as Sports and Culture minister
-This move steered after questions were raised against the academic qualifications of Mr. Achesa. According to the legislatures, Mr. Achesa submitted sketchy educational qualifications
-The report by Parliamentary Appointments Committee to be tabled today Tuesday, February 13 as the parliament resume their sittings after 2 months of holidays.
A section of Jubilee MPs was against the nomination of Sports and Culture cabinet secretary Mr. Rashid Mohammed Achesa as they challenge the educational qualification of Mr. Achesa.
The Parliamentary Appointment Committee finalized their reports concerning the 9 cabinet secretary nominees upon the completion of the vetting process.
The appointment committee vowed to go through the academic qualifications, conduct, and integrity of the nominees thoroughly as they determine their eligibility for the appointments.
Last Friday, Rashid Mohammed Achesa appeared before the panel chaired by the speaker of national assembly Justin Muturi and was interviewed in two languages, Kiswahili and English.
The opposition legislatures did not take part in the vetting process of the CS nominees as they insist that they do not recognize the presidency of Uhuru Kenyatta.
The minority leader in the national assembly John Mbadi vowed that the opposition MPs would not participate in debating the report of the CS nominees when presented in the house.
The Parliamentary Appointments Committee reports on the CS nominees are to be submitted to the parliament for debating today Tuesday, February 13.