It appears that former President Uhuru Kenyatta's appointees are panicking after observing President William Ruto's most recent behavior.
It is also believed that Ruto is punishing Uhuru's men by getting rid of his men and reorganizing the government to suit him.
According to reports, the same is expected to continue, which is worrying those still in government and forcing some of them to hastily resign.
The Daily Nation claims that as Ruto tries to put together his own team, the ambassadors Uhuru left behind are his next targets.
When Mary Wambui, a problematic businesswoman, took over as board chairman of the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA), Gilbert Kibe had already resigned.
He told the newspaper that he "made a personal decision to resign," despite the fact that sources indicated he was asked to leave so Wambui could take his place.
The former Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho, who has seen Ruto dismiss him, was his most visible rival before the August election.
He alleged that the team participated in state capture and that they were politically engaged while being required by their employers to maintain objectivity.
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