Kikuyu Council of Elders appoints James Nene as acting secretary-general

By , K24 Digital
On Tue, 30 Nov, 2021 18:14 | < 1 min read
Kikuyu council of elders National Chairman, Wachira Kiago (right) and Ag. Secretary General, J Nene (left).PHOTO/JAMES MACHARIA

Kikuyu Council of Elders has appointed James Nene as acting Secretary-General following the recent resignation of Peter Munga to form his outfit.

Munga held the position for 8 years before he left the organization whose offices are opposite Garden Estate Mall at Homeland lounge.

Speaking to the media on Tuesday, November 30, Kikuyu Council of elders Chairman Wachira Kiago said that Nene was appointed to fill the vacant.

He said Nene has been the organization's treasurer for over 15 years.

He said that he was given the mandate by the National Governing Council to hold the position.

“The National Governing Council appointed Nene to hold the position as the recruitment is still ongoing, “he said.

When contacted for comment, James Nene said that he is also chairman of the Kikuyu Council of elders Nakuru chapter.

He said that he joined the council since its inception.

He said that the Kikuyu council of elders has been holding the meetings in preparation for the 2022 general election.

During the recent Raila Odinga visit to Nyeri County, Nene played a key role in bringing all the delegates together.

He was assigned to ensure that, Luo council of elders’ welfares were taken care of.

The Council is campaigning for Raila Odinga's presidential bid come 2022.

They have been working together in selling his presidential mandate 2022.