The current title for DP-Ruto is President-elect meaning he won the election and is waiting to be sworn in as Kenya's fifth president if the court dismisses whatever petitions his competitors file to challenge his victory. Once Ruto assumes office, he will appoint cabinet members, plus other government and state leaders. And chances are that current leaders will retain their seats, remain in government with new posts, or lose their positions to new appointees.
Some leaders have been at the frontline to denigrate Ruto. The big question is, will these leaders serve under Ruto's administration? Leaders whose future is very uncertain are; the Interior CS, Dr. Fred Matiang'i, COTU Boss Francis Atwoli, Education CS George Magoha, Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho, Murathe, Kinoti, Munya, and Mutahi Nginyi. The future of these leaders is so uncertain we don't know, even themselves don't know if the president-elect will consider them in his administration.
All the above leaders have at one point criticized Ruto when he was DP. For instance, Matiang'i has been Ruto's principal critic, and he even withdrew military officers from Ruto's residence. On the other hand, Atwoli has publicly and repeatedly, with emphasis, said that Ruto will never be the president of Kenya. Now, Do you think Ruto will be lenient and allow these leaders in administration? Share your thought below.
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