"Kuna Kuna," Kisumu dancing Chief Job elevated, integrated into Huduma Kenya

 

Mr. John Ogilo Migun the Kisumu dancing chief  photo

A new position in the authorities has been assigned to Mr. John Ogilo Migun, well known as the dancing chief from Kisumu.
 

 

In addition to his job as an administrator, the Northern Sub-location assistant chief, who is 38 years old and works in the Kisumu Central Sub-County, has been selected to market the Huduma Kenya services.
 

 

In the video, which was filmed at the front door of the Prosperity Building in Kisumu City, Mr. Migun can be seen educating the young people about the state services that are available at the Huduma Center.
 

 

Mr. Migun, who is speaking to the public while wearing a white shirt with the Huduma Center's logo on it, encourages people to take advantage of the prolonged working hours so that they may get the services they need from the center.
 
At the very end of the video, he does some of the characteristic dance movements he's become known for with eight other employees from the Huduma Center.
 
 

The new function was something that neither Mr. Migun nor Kisumu County Commissioner Josephine Ouko were able to confirm. On the other hand, they said that they were keeping an eye out for any contact from the President's Office.
 

 

In Kisumu, the Huduma Center is located inside the Prosperity Building, which also contains offices for various county and national government departments.
 

Mr. John Ogilo Migun the Kisumu dancing chief  photo
 

A promise made by Public Service and Gender Cabinet Secretary Aisha Jumwa on November 1 of the previous year to prolong working hours till 7 o'clock in the evening was recently fulfilled by the government. The new hours are 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
 

 

Ms. Jumwa had announced that all 18 Huduma centers located across the country would begin operating for a total of 12 hours per day during the workweek.
 

 

Mr. Migun sprang to prominence when he was seen dancing at a trendy nightclub in Kisumu to the hit song "Kuna Kuna." The song is a collaboration between a number of Kenyan singers, including Vic West, Fathermoh, Brandy Maina, Savara Mudigi, and The Exit Band.

 

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