Former President Uhuru Kenyatta's appointees are panicking after witnessing President William Ruto's latest actions, according to reports.
Ruto has been purging Uhuru's men and reorganizing the government to his liking, which is also seen as a way of punishing Uhuru's men.
According to reports, the same is expected to continue, causing panic among those still in office, with many rushing to resign.
The Daily Nation reports that the ambassadors Uhuru left behind are Ruto's next targets as he attempts to form his own team. Gilbert Kibe, the board chairman of the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA), has already resigned following his replacement with controversial businesswoman Mary Wambui.
However, he told the paper that he "made a personal decision to resign," despite the fact that sources said he was asked to leave in favor of Wambui.
Ruto has also been seen evicting those who openly campaigned against him before the August election, the most prominent of whom is former Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho.
He accused the team of being involved in politics despite their offices' demands for neutrality, and of assisting in state capture.
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