Pictured are Kenya's president, Dr. William Samoei Ruto, and the cabinet secretary for water, Sicily Kariuki.
The most recent ministerial job Sicily Kariuki had in the Jubilee administration of former president Uhuru Kenyatta was cabinet secretary for water.
Sicily Kariuki, who quit her position as the Water Cabinet Secretary to run for the Nyandarua governorship but later decided to support Francis Kimemia instead, has now made it clear that she has no interest in working for Dr. William Samoei Ruto's administration.
Sicily Kariuki acknowledged that she had now moved into business for herself. She declared that she will not apply for a job with the administration of Dr. William Samoei Ruto.
She claimed that she is much busier than she was in the weeks leading up to the General Elections on August 9th and that she has already moved her attention from the public to the private sectors. Her big consultancy firm, she said, is her first goal now.
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