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Kenya: President William Ruto announces full cabinet


September 27, appointed Cabinet Secretaries who will serve in his cabinet.
Speaking at State House Nairobi, Ruto named the men and women who will see him implement his agenda.
“Today, I am proud to announce the men and women who will serve in the Cabinet of the Republic of Kenya. It is important we set up the new Cabinet early to take charge and realize the plans and agenda we promised to the people of Kenya.

“I also appreciate the political parties that joined us, UDA, to form the Kenya Kwanza alliance. From Ford-Kenya to Maendeleo Chap Chap and others,” Ruto stated.
He also disclosed that his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua will deputise him in all duties which will be gazetted upon the issue of an Executive Order.
Here is the full Cabinet

Prime Cabinet Secretary – Musalia Mudavadi

CS Interior – Professor Kithure Kindiki

Treasury and Social Planning – Njuguna Ndung’u

Public Service – Aisha Jumwa

Defence – Aden Duale

Water and Sanitation – Alice Wahome

Foreign Affairs – Alfred Mutua

Trade, Investment and Industry – Moses Kuria

East African Community – Rebecca Miano

Transport and Roads – Kipchumba Murkome

Environment – Soipan Tuya

Lands and Housing – Zachariah Njeru

Tourism – Peninah Malonza

Agriculture – Mithika Linturi

Health – Susan Nakhumicha

ICT – Eliud Owalo

Education – Ezekiel Machogu

Energy and Petroleum – Davis Chirchir

Sports – Ababu Namwamba

Cooperatives – Simon Chelugui

Mining – Salim Mvurya

Labour and Social Protection – Florence Florence Bore

Advisor on women’s rights – Harriet Kigai

Advisor on National Security advisor- Monica Juma

Attorney General – Muturi Njoka

Secretary to the cabinet- Mercy Wanjao

“I want to take this opportunity to wish the men and women on this list, those who will assist us to deliver on the Kenya Kwanza plan, well. They will now proceed to Parliament so that the house can be approved and give me the opportunity to conclude the appointment and get this team to work,” Ruto concluded.

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