- March 11, 2023
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List Of Cabinet Secretaries In The Kenya Kwanza Government
Some say it is too early to judge them, while some say, four months is enough time to know whether…
Some say it is too early to judge them, while some say, four months is enough time to know whether a Cabinet Secretary is lazy or hardworking.
Already Lawyer Ahmed Nassir has said that some of the Cabinet Secretaries that President William Ruto appointed cannot even qualify to look after his camels in Mandera.
What about you? Do you know all the Cabinet Secretaries? What score would you give them? Here is the list of them:
Musalia Mudavadi is the Prime Cabinet Secretary. Call him the “Headboy of Cabinet Secretaries.” The man is working so hard that he recently launched an office for his wife.
Professor Kithure Kindiki is the CS in charge of Interior and National Administration. He replaced Dr. Fred Matiang’i. Kindiki is currently battling bandits and has been issuing them with scary warnings.
Professor Njuguna Ndung’u is in charge of the National Treasury and Planning. Not very vocal but open to saying the truth about the economy. Aisha Jumwa, (The Dancer), is in charge of Public Service, Gender, and Affirmative Action.
Aden Duale is in charge of Defense. Seems he is too busy to make noise nowadays. The streets miss him. Dr. Alfred Mutua is in charge of Foreign Affairs. Doing well going by his statements.
Moses Kuria (No need to describe him. The man is “self-explanatory”). He is in charge of Trade, Investment, and Industry. Kipchumba Murkomen, in charge of Roads, Transport, and Public works.
Rebecca Miano is in charge of the East African Community (EAC), Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASALs), and Regional Development. Roselinda Soipan Tuya, in charge of Environment and Forestry. Zacharia Mwangi Njeru is in charge of Lands.
Others are; Penina Malonza (Tourism), Mithika Linturi (Agriculture), Ezekiel Machogu (Education), Davis Chirchir (Energy), Ababu Namwamba (Sports), Simon Chelugui (Co-operatives and MSMES), Salim Mvurya (Mining), Florence Bore (Labour and Social Protection), and Eliud Owalo (ICT).
Susan Nakhumicha Wafula is in charge of Health while Justine Muturi is the Attorney General.