Former Nakuru County Government Chief officer Abduba Tumme has been appointed KANU Women Congress National Secretary.
She takes over from Gladys Chania in the new appointments done by KANU National chairman Gideon Moi.
In her acceptance message, Tumme took to her social media thanking the party leadership for appointing her.
“I am humbled to have been appointed KANU Women Congress National Secretary by our distinguished National Chairman Gideon K. Moi. Thank you Sir for your confidence in me. Forever indebted, forever KANU” she said.
Tumme served as Chief officer Culture and Social Services as wells as Resource mobilization in Nakuru before she resigned to join active politics in Marsabit County.
The Kenya African National Union (KANU) party has announced that members will continue to pay tribute to the late retired President Daniel Arap for 40 days.
Speaking at Kabarak University during the late retired President Moi’s funeral service, KANU Secretary General Nick Salat said party members who were mentored by the late President will continue to visit Kabarak.
According to Salat, this will happen after the normal 7 days of family mourning.
He maintained that KANU as a party is still alive and strong despite the departure of the retired President Moi.
“KANU is still alive and we shall after the 7 days of family mourning continue to mourn as members of KANU. We ask you, Gideon, to accept us when we come,” said Salat.