Incoming CAS Ministry of Sports, Culture and Heritage Zack Kinuthia on Thursday, February 18 thanked President Uhuru Kenyatta for his reassignment.
In a long Facebook post, the youthful CAS accepted the new role, thanking the President for the new assignment under the same capacity.
“I begin by expressing gratitude to President Uhuru Kenyatta for/to the reassigned mandate, which I humbly accept with complemented enthusiasm,” he said.
He lauded President Uhuru for showing confidence in youth by offering them leadership positions in government.
While exuding confidence in his work ethic, Kinuthia highlighted some of his milestones while in the Ministry of Education.
Among them included the sensitization on the importance of TVET’s in the country.
“I am deeply proud of the work I did in creating awareness on the government’s implementation of “Competency-Based Education and Training (CBET)” in TVET sector and more so, for DEMYSTIFYING the notion that our TVET institutions are places for academic dwarfs,” the post read.
Zack added that he oversaw numerous projects that were directed towards empowering the youth while in the Ministry of Education.
“Indeed, I look forward to continue the work of supporting the great talents and skills of Kenya’s youth within this fresh mandate. I am very eagerly looking forward to what this new path has in store for while I offer my VALUE as a pillar to anchor and support Honorable Amb. (Dr.) Amina Mohamed, EGH, CAV, the Cabinet Secretary, to achieve the Ministry’s mandate,” said Kinuthia.
Zack pledged to put all his energy alongside CS Amina Mohammed in achieving the docket’s goals.
He thanked his team at the Ministry of Education led by CS George Magoha for their support and welcomed his successor Hassan Noor wishing him the best.