“It has been a great pleasure serving Nairobians and I will continue to serve as an advisor, beyond my previous position of Nairobi County Deputy Governor,” said Polycarp Igathe on his last day in office as the County’s Deputy governor.
Early in January, Igathe resigned citing failure to earn the trust of his boss Governor Mike Sonko Mbuvi to enable him to deliver services effectively.
However, on Tuesday, he took to Twitter and said “Strength, progress and peaceful change comes from independent judgment and individual ideas. Compromise should be on issues, not of principles; on political positions, not ourselves. As Kenyans, we should aim to surpass the ideology that fears free thought more than electric shock.”
It has been a great pleasure serving Nairobians & I will continue to serve as an advisor, beyond my previous position of Nairobi County Deputy Governor
— Polycarp Igathe (@IgathePolycarp) January 31, 2018
Prior to his position, he served as the Vivo Energy as CEO.