IJust a few hours ago , the President of the Republic of Kenya addressed the the nation concerning the reshuffle of his cabinet.While addressing Kenyans from the office in the hill, he stated several changes that were to be done.Quite a number of cabinet secrataries and principal secretaries were moved from one docket to the other.Others retained their current positions while a few were moved to less influential departments.
Former Kericho senator , Mr Charles Keter was moved from the powerful ministry of energy to the ministry of devolution .This came at a time when fuel prices have skyrocketed to a level never seen before.The move by the head of state must have been caused by the fact that there was need to counter the fuel crisis challenge.Ambassador Monica Juma took over from Mr Charles.Hon Eugene Wamalwa was moved to Defence ministry.
Some of the Principal Secretaries affected include Mrs Pauline Njoroge and Nelson Marwa.The former will now take over the transport sector while the later will take over the social security affairs .
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