lenku4Ole Lenku has never really being a favourite of Kenyans. Calls for his resignation have been very loud from practically all quarter for so long.

They got louder after the Westgate attack, probably because of the several gaffes he made while addressing the media. Somehow, he managed to hold on to his seat, and even after last week’s demonstrations to remove him following the first Mandera attack, he still held on.

After yesterday’s quarry attack, the president finally acted by showing him the door. The official story is that his compatriot David Kimaiyo resigned, but many Kenyans believe he was forced to.

Over a year ago, we posted Ole Lenku’s CV on this blog, and from the comments that followed, it was clear most people did not think he deserved the position.

Here it is again.