President Uhuru Kenyatta has been advised not to let go her top political adviser Nancy Gitau barely 9 days after she tabled her resignation letter.
Kikuyu elders association advised Uhuru to retain the much experienced lady who also served in the reign of Mwai Kibaki.
Led by the association chairman Wachira Wa Kiago, the elders told The Star that they arrived at the conclusion after having a successful meeting on 25th July.
The top political adviser resigned from the senior position apparently citing backbiting and frustrations in the Jubilee administration.
According to sources who spoke to the Standard newspaper, Gitau resigned after a …read more