The new government led by President Willam Ruto is yet to name it's cabinet and permanent secretaries.This is despite over a week in office since 13th September swearing in.Retired President Uhuru Kenyatta named his cabinet in 2013 two days after his swearing in.However Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has explained why their has been a slight delay.
According to the DP, the announcement will be made in two weeks as the vetting of both PS and CS's is ongoing.According to DP Rigathi, the president wishes to appoint both the PS and CS at the same time.The DP further stated that President Ruto was in the process of naming his cabinet before the invitation to attend Queen Elizabeth funeral.
This and the United Nations General assembly disrupted the President's schedule.However once he jets back, Ruto will embark on finalizing the naming of his cabinet.Currently the new administration is still working with CS's and PS's who worked under Retired president Uhuru Kenyatta.
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