CAS Surprises Driver & Wife After 31 Years of Service [PHOTOS]

Photo of Ambasu serving cake to attendees at David Osiany's boardroom in Nairobi taken on June 25, 2021.
  • Industrialization CAS David Osiany on Friday, June 25, revealed that he threw a small party at his office in honor of his former driver who was retiring. 

    The driver worked with Osiany who was recently appointed for 3 months but retires after 31 great years of service to the country. 

    The party was held at David Osiany’s boardroom located at the Social Security House in Nairobi, the building of the Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise Development. 

    The photos expressed the emotions felt in the room by the driver, wife and colleagues in commemoration of the occasion.

    Photo of Ambasu serving cake to attendees at David Osiany’s boardroom in Nairobi taken on June 25, 2021.
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    David Osiany speaking to the gathering at his boardroom in Nairobi taken on June 25, 2021.
    David Osiany speaking to the gathering at his boardroom in Nairobi taken on June 25, 2021.
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    “Mr. Ambasa worked with me for just three months but was effectual,” The CAS stated while expressing his admiration for the driver’s work ethic.

    David Osiany has now served 4 months in office as the Chief Administrative Secretary after being appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta on February 17, 2021. 

    His appointment came after Uhuru announced changes in the government in a press release issued by the Head of Public Service, Joseph Kinyua. He reshuffled the Principal Secretaries and CASs with fourteen PSs and CASs reshuffled and eight appointed. 

    Prior to his appointment, Osiany was a former news anchor at the Royal media Services-owned Hot 96 where he presented the sports bulletin and his show, The Hot Seat, which was political and dwelt on discussing national issues with Kenya’s political leaders.

    Thereafter, he moved to Oxfam and worked as a Governance Associate assisting the Pan Africa Director to maintain and building strategic relationships with state agencies, NGOs, think tanks, universities, diplomatic missions and development agencies in Africa.

    He made history becoming the first second-year student to head the Students Organisation of Nairobi University in 2009/10. He also became the Faculty of Arts Representative as a freshman.

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

    He then worked as the Chief Communications Advisor to the acting Ministry of Health Director-General Health Dr. Patrick Amoth assisting the ministry in strategic communications.

    Industrialization and Trade CAS David Osiany with Treasury CS Ukur Yatani
    Industrialization and Trade CAS David Osiany with Treasury CS Ukur Yatani
  • Source: KENYAGIST.COM