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Magoha Apologizes To The Public For “Uncouth” Jokes

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Magoha Apologizes To The Public For “Uncouth” Jokes

Magoha has apologized to the public for any offensive jokes he may have made.

While claiming to be a courageous man who rose to the position of minister by God’s grace, Magoha admitted that he is not perfect.

“There is no one who is perfect and I believe that for me to serve here it was by the grace of God,“ he said.

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"I respect everybody. The way you see me, the courage that I have comes from God and Starehe Boys Centre. We are eagles and we fly high and we are not afraid,” he added.

Magoha, who was speaking to the media on Wednesday, also apologized for his arrogance.

The CS is known for being brassy and stern in his pronouncements, and he is not known for backing down when issuing directives.

Some of his actions, however, have come across as a little too forceful and have irritated some people.

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Magoha, on the other hand, attributed this to the nature of his job, which requires him to implement government policies without fail.

“As President’s handymen, expect us to go with him, but we want to assure the public that we have taken all the arrows and the stones and forgotten about it because of our children.”

A video of Magoha insulting Uasin Gishu Education officer Gitonga Mbaka went viral in November 2020, causing public outrage.

Magoha was heard publicly insulting the officer in the video by calling him “stupid” as he inspected schools ahead of the national exams.

On November 6, Magoha visited Langas Primary School in Eldoret to examine Covid-19 safety measures and the delivery of desks.

The CS publicly complained about the hygiene and untidiness of the premises, blaming Mbaka for it.


“If we are arrogant then we ask for your forgiveness but it does not mean that we will stop it because eagles fly away and disappear into the air,” he said.

Magoha expressed gratitude to President Uhuru Kenyatta for the opportunity to serve the country.

“As we galvanise this difficult time, can we cross the bridge when we get there?” he said.

Magoha Apologizes To The Public For “Uncouth” Jokes

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