Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko’s candidate for the situation of a County Executive Committee (CEC) part, on Monday, dismissed the January work offer.
Dr Stella Bosire, chosen one for wellbeing docket, neglected to show up before the screening board of trustees.
Amid the verifying activity, it was uncovered that Dr Bosire neglected to present her accreditations and different records as was expected of the nominees.
“She never presented her papers to the committee to be vetted so we assumed she was not interested,” acting Nairobi County Assembly Speaker Chege Mwaura intimated.
Bosire had earlier expressed reservation working with Sonko citing discomfort with his leadership style.
“Unfortunately, it has come to that. I will serve Kenyans in other spaces,” Bosire remarked.
“She was referred to me by one of my confidants as I wanted a woman well-grounded in health matters.
“However, we will nominate somebody else. These things are normal and they do happen,” Sonko told Daily Nation.
She was among five officials nominated in January by the county boss to fill vacant positions in his Cabinet.
The nominees included Sanjeev Kaur Sonia Birdi for the environment docket, Lucia Mulwa (Education Department), Pauline Kahiga Waititu(Housing Chief Officer), and Winfred Kathagu for Chief Officer Economic Planning.
The cabinet vacancies arose after the resignation and the sacking of several cabinet members.