Musalia Mudavadi, has left Kenyan talking on social media. This is after he directed all ministers to submit revised 2022-2023 performance contracts.
According to the source, all ministers have until tomorrow to do so as seen below: Remember, this is Mudavadi's first order as the Chief Minister.
Now, this order of Mudavadi towards all ministers to submit revised 2022-2023 performance contracts, has gone viral on different social media platforms where by, it's sparking mixed reactions currently.
Many are out to say that Mudavadi has started his work officially as the Chief Minister while, others are out to ask if this is the work Mudavadi will be doing at the same time.
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