The President of Kenya, William Ruto has this morning made some key appointments to various sectors of his government as per the reports that we have with us.
Many key allies of President William Ruto have been appointed to top government positions this morning in the changes that have been announced from State House.
Retired Lieutenant General Waltee Koipaton was replaced as the Kenya Army Commander a few months ago by Peter Njiru who was appointed to the position by Former President Uhuru Kenyatta.
This morning, according to the available reliable reports that we have with us from State House in Nairobi, President William Ruto has appointed Former Kenya Army Commander to a top post.
Lt Gen (Rtd) Walter Raria Koipaton has this morning replaced the Brigadier John Waweru as the new Kenya Wildlife Service Director General.
Brigadier John Waweru was ousted from the position a few days ago as per the reports that we have with us and the position had remained vacant ever since.
Retired Lieutenant General Walter Koipaton has joined a long list of Former Military men who have been appointed to lucrative posts after retirement.
Picture courtesy. Retired Lieutenant General Walter Koipaton who has been appointed this morning.
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