President Uhuru Kenyatta has reappointed Central Bank Governor Patrick Njoroge for a second term in office. He has been on the trend since the introduction of the new Kenyan currency.
Skeptics say that his re-appointment may have resulted in his continuation of the works that he had disembarked. Some of the issues, the latter had outlined is educating the citizens on the new Kenyan notes that are in circulation.
His re-appointment comes a day after EALA MP. Simon Mbugua filed a case to make the governor resign since he printed the new notes having the former president Jomo Kenyatta that’s is stipulated to be unconstitutional.
Patrick Njoroge had declared that the 1000 old notes will stop being in use from Oct1, 2019 as many speculate that the grace period is quite long.