President Uhuru Kenyatta, today, 29 September, 2021, has decided to end his last term in style by reshuffling his cabinet.
The following are changes have been made in the President Uhuru Kenyatta's cabinet.
Among the cabinet Secretaries that have been reassigned include; Amb. (Dr.) Monica Juma moved to Ministry of Energy from Ministry of Defence, Charles Keter moved to Ministry of Devolution from Ministry of Energy, and Hon. Eugene Wamalwa moved to Ministry of Defence from Ministry.
President Uhuru Kenyantta has also re-assign Principal Secretaries including: Mr. Solomon Kitungu moved to Ministry of Public Works to Ministry of Transport, Mr. Nelson Marwa Sospeter moved to Ministry of Social Protection, Senior Citizens Affairs & Special Programmes from Social Protection, Maj. Gen. (Rtd) Gordon Kihalangwa moved to Ministry of Energy from Ministry of Public Works, and Dr. (Eng.) Joseph K. Njoroge moved to Ministry of Transport from Ministry of Energy.
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