As president Ruto's Cabinet gets closer to receiving their official seats after passing parliamentary vetting, Ann Kananu, a former governor of Nairobi and passionate supporter of the Azimio la Umoja One alliance, has voiced her discontent with them.
The politician cautioned Kenyans to get used to having contentious ministers in control for at least the next five years in a tweet sent to her social media account.
In an effort to protect her sentiments, Kananu disclosed that these cabinet secretaries are murderers, robbers, and crooks. Though she didn't mention them by name, it is obvious that she is making reference to the cabinet secretaries whose cases DPP Hajji unilaterally dismissed last week.
"William Ruto's cabinet will be made up of a variety of undesirables and criminals, such as murderers, thieves, school dropouts, and even alcoholics. I'm devastated for Kenya "She kept a diary.
Evidently, she voiced these opinions as the professors Kithure Kindiki, Aisha Jumwa, Moses Kuria, Davis Chirchir, and Njuguna Ndungu—all part of president Ruto's second round of nominees—were being questioned in the National Assembly.
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