On Tuesday 16th May, president William Ruto held a cabinet meeting in statehouse Nairobi. All cabinet secretaries representing various ministries attended. President Ruto called the meeting to caution the CSs on closing loopholes in their ministries. Referring to the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA), scandal, Ruto urged them to exercise more transparency and accountability in that he will not entertain any misappropriation of public resources.
On his Twitter timeline, Defence cabinet secretary Aden Duale highlighted clearly the topics discussed during the meeting. "The president underscored the need for integrity, urging the cabinet to honour their responsibility to the constitution and the people of Kenya. He further cautioned strongly, on wastage and misappropriation of public funds." Duale stated."During the meeting, a range of concerns of national interest were raised and discussed, with new adoptions and approvals made to fast-track service delivery to the people." Duale added. Lately the president is been keen on how his cabinet is handling public resources.
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