A twenty-eight-year-old millionaire is among the eight people approved by Parliament to lead the National Cohesion and Integration Commission.
The University of Nairobi law graduate Peris Nyutu, born in Gatundu North in 1991, told the vetting panel that she is worth Sh23 million.
According to documents tabled before the National Cohesion and Equal Opportunity Committee, Nyuttu served as a director of the National Irrigation Board upon graduation in 2016.
She received the Order of the Grand Warrior state award for her role in the formation of Warembo Na Uhuru lobby group which campaigned for President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election.
MPs also approved the nomination of Samuel Kobia as the chairman, Philip Okundi, Abdulaziz Farah, Danvas Makori, Fautma Tabwara, Dorcas Kedogo and former Kerio Valley Development Authority board chairman Samuel Kona to serve as commissioners.
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