John Migun, the Dancing Kisumu Chief,  Lands a New Job

In addition to his role as an administrator, the 38-year-old Northern Sub Location assistant chief in Kisumu Central Sub-County has been chosen to market Huduma Kenya services.

Mr. John Ogilo Migun, the Kisumu dancing chief, has been appointed to a new position in the government.

In addition to his role as an administrator, the 38-year-old Northern Sub Location assistant chief in Kisumu Central Sub-County has been chosen to market Huduma Kenya services.

Mr. Migun is seen in the video, which was shot at the entrance to Kisumu City’s Prosperity Building, educating the youth about the government services available at the Huduma Centre.

Mr. Migun, dressed in a Huduma Center-branded white shirt, is seen in the video urging the public to take advantage of the center’s extended hours in order to obtain the services they require.

“Sasa watu nguyaz, mabazuu na mayutman, services sasa ni saa moja asubuhi hadi saa moja jioni,” he says. Unatoka job, colle, ama works zako zingine unaingia Huduma centre, na baada ya hiyo saa majo unaenda kutulia, na baada ya hiyo saa majo unaenda kutulia, na ba (Greetings, my people and youth; services are now available here from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. “You can leave your workplace, college, or other commitments and come directly to our Huduma centers, and then go chill,” Mr. Migun explained.

At the end of the video, he performs his signature dance moves with the other eight Huduma Centre employees.

Neither Mr. Migun nor Kisumu County Commissioner Josephine Ouko confirmed the new position to the Nation. They, on the other hand, stated that they were awaiting communication from the President’s Office.

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