A meeting is being held under the direction of Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi, the prime cabinet secretary, and includes senior figures like Kenya's emeritus Chief Justice David Maraga and the former Supreme Court president.
In a video this writer saw, the former chief justice was among the high-profile people at a Nanyuki town hospitality establishment where cabinet members have retreated.
Aisha Jumwa, cabinet secretary for the ministry of gender and public service, and Eliud Owalo, cabinet secretary for the ministry of ICT, are two additional individuals who can be seen in the video in addition to Mr. David Maraga.
Alfred Mutua, cabinet secretary for the ministry of foreign affairs, and Ezekiel Machogu, cabinet secretary for education, are two additional attendees. In addition, CS Njuguna Ndung'u of the Ministry of the National Treasury and a slew of other well-known people were present.
The meeting was also scheduled to be attended by Vice President Rigathi Gachagua and President William Ruto. They will spend three days in Nanyuki.
Check out the video above. https://www.facebook.com/channel7newstv/videos/1322331071661098/?flite=scwspnss
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