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"It Has Not Been Easy On Me" CS Kindiki Reveals New Details About His New Role in the Gov't of Ruto

In the country, there are several prominent leaders who are serving the country. Some of them are cabinet secretaries, while others are members of Parliament, MCAs, and even female representatives. The majority of them have been working extra hard to make sure everything in the country is running smoothly and according to plan.

According to the source, interior cabinet secretary Kithure Kindiki has broken the silence and revealed new details about the time he wakes up every day. Through his statement shared by a well-known source this hour, CS Kindiki has revealed that he wakes up at 3:30 so that he can start getting security briefs. He has also confirmed that he normally spends little time with his family, and it has not been easy. I quote a statement from the source: "Every day at 3:30 am, I must be up so that I can start getting security briefs at 4 am. I can't go to bed if it's not after 10. It has not been easy on me, my wife, or my children, but they are taking it in stride," Kindiki revealed.

This just came in after Kindiki was appointed as Interior Cabinet Secretary by President William Ruto after the August general elections.


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