Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha was caught in yet another controversial videotape dismissing a man in a rather slighting manner.
The incident happed on Tuesday, August 2, as he was examining and commissioning a new faculty Grounded Class( CBC) phase two classroom at Bar Union Secondary academy in Kisumu County.
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In the videotape that has drawn a lot of review, a man is shown giving Magoha an irrigation jerrican in exchange for a tree that had been planted in his honor.
“ Get down from me, you smell of alcohol, ” the CS cried at the youthful man, in the company of police officers, preceptors and scholars.
It wasn’t the first time Magoha had been spotted making shocking reflections in public, some of which have seen his powers as CS reduced.
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In November 2020, the CS was seen reprimanding a slate- haired elderly citizen before dismissing him.
“ The situation on the ground isn’t good, ” he stated as he took issue with the cleanliness situations of the Langas Primary School emulsion in Eldoret.
The visibly elderly citizen tried to respond to his master ’ query on the matter – noting that the issue would be handled and a report prepared.
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“ I’m not talking about a report, I’m talking about what’s then on the ground. If I say you’re a fool would I be lying? ” he posed to the functionary.
The Public Service Commission( PSC) was forced to withdraw Magoha’s powers to manage the mortal resource functions it had delegated him.
On July 26 this time, the CS was also captured in a clip during a presser when he demanded to know if an NTV intelligencer was an Al Shabaab representative. The intelligencer was a womanish covered in a hijab.
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“ First of all, where do you come from? Who are you representing? Because if you’re representing Al Shabaab, I’ll not answer you, ” the professor of drug remarked.
The Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims( SUPKEM) got wind of the videotape after claiming that the commentary risked the intelligencer’s naturally defended right to exercise his or her faith.
Regarding the intelligencer’s contentious commentary on Al Shabaab, the minister apologized to them as well as to the Muslim community
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