Kalonzo's son given second job, days after being elected to EALA

Musyoka will be flying in on Monday to celebrate his son's achievement

Shortly after being sworn in from Arusha, Kennedy was elected to be the Vice Chairperson of EALA (Kenya Chapter).

The former Vice President's son was nominated after garnering overwhelming support from Kenyan MPs, including from the Jubilee side.

The Wiper Party Leader is on Monday expected to jet in to Kenya from Germany where he will celebrate with his son, and later attend the burial ceremony of deceased Kitui West MP Francis Nyenze.

Former Kamukunji MP Simon Mbugua was elected the Chairperson of the Kenyan team while Florence Jematiah will act as Secretary General.

The Kenyan EALA Chapter will comprise of nine elected representatives who will represent the County on legislative matters passed by the East African Community (EAC).

Other representatives from Kenya will include NASA leader Raila Odinga's elder brother, Dr Oburu, Wanjiku Muhia, Abdikadir Aden, Mpuri Aburi, Fatuma Ibrahim, and Adan Nooru.

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