President Uhuru’s quietest cabinet secretary is said to be on his way out. Surprisingly, Adan Mohammed a Harvard Business school MBA graduate also with the most coveted CV in the Uhuru regime having been a top banking sector honcho.
The corporate magnet was picked by President Uhuru who praised Â his illustrious corporate sector Curriculum Vitae as a strong selling point to a country that was constitutionally talked out of trusting politicians with ‘technocratic decisions’.
Adan is however a man on the move after realising he may not achieve much under Uhuru regime and is trying to avoid denting his reputation and career in a ‘dead end’ job. Sceptics believe it will take another 10 years to reap the benefits of industrialization as more resources are currently diverted to other areas.
Mohammed, the former Barclays Bank manager for East and West Africa and who earned twice the cumulative current salary of President Uhuru and his Deputy William Ruto joined the jubilee government to spearhead industrialization and enterprise development, a sector which is nearly collapsed as Uhuru government is said to be more on form than substance.
Adan had prioritized Pan Paper mills, Webuye for revival only to see his efforts thwarted by a fierce cartel around Uhuru government.
Adan gave the Uhuru cabinet a national face in a largely two tribe cabinet.