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CAS treats driver, wife to a party after 31 years of service

Industrialization CAS David Osiany, on Friday, June 25, stated that he threw a small party at his office in honour of his former driver, who was retiring.

The driver worked with Asiany, who was recently appointed for three months but will be retiring after over 30 years of service to the nation.

The party took place at the CAS’ boardroom located at the Social Security House in Nairobi, the Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise Development building.

The photos that CAS Osiany has since shared expressed the emotions felt in the room by the driver, wife and colleagues in celebration of the occasion.

“Mr. Ambasa worked with me for only three months but was effectual,” Osianyi said while expressing his admiration for the driver’s work ethic.

Osiany has now served four months in office as the Chief Administrative Secretary after he was appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta on February this year

Osiany’s appointment came after the president unveiled changes in the government through a press release issued by the Head of Public Service, Joseph Kinyua.

Uhuru reshuffled the Principal Secretaries, and CASs with 14 PSs and CASs reshuffled and 8 appointed.

Before his appointment, Osiany was a news anchor at the Royal Media Services’ Hot 96 radio, where he presented the sports bulletin and a show dubbed ‘The Hot Seat’, which was political and dwelt on discussing national issues with political leaders.

The former journalist made history when he became the first second-year student to head the Students Organizations of the University of Nairobi in 2009/10.

Osiany also became the Faculty of Arts Representative as a freshman.

He later joined the office of the Prime Minister in 2012 as a Youth Affairs advisor. His work mainly involved mainstreaming the youth agenda into the government’s economic and political programs.

He then served as the Chief Communications Advisor to the acting Ministry of Health Director-General Health Dr Patrick Amoth , helping the Ministry in strategic communications.


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