Today the national assembly of Kenya has been busy because they have been vetting new cabinet secretary nominees, the vetting process began yesterday when Musalia Mudavadi, Alice Wahome, Justin Muturi, Alfred Mutua and Aden dual were vetted.
As the whole process entered its second day today, professor Kithure Kindiki, Njuguna Ndungu, Aisha Jumwa, Davis Chirchir, and Moses Kuria have been vetted.
Gatundu South member of parliament Moses Kuria, who vied for the Kiambu gubernatorial seat through his Chama Cha Kazi and lost to United Democratic Alliance's Kimani Wamatangi. He got nominated by president Wiliam Ruto to be the cabinet secretary for trade.
While Kuria appeared for vetting, he has denied claims that he has no goodwill to national cohesion, Kuria has said that he is a peace-loving citizen and only misunderstood on social media and by the elites. He says that he is popular in many parts of the country and in Kondole which is in Kisumu county he is the second most popular Kenyan thereafter former prime minister Raila Odinga.
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