According to images shared by mama Rachel Ruto on her Facebook page, she today held a meeting at state house which was attended by principal secretaries who served in Uhuru's administration and who are awaiting the naming of new principal secretaries by the now President William ruto.
In a Facebook post on her social media She Wrote, "The First Lady held an exploratory meeting with the Principal Secretary, Dr. Chris Kiptoo of the Ministry of Environment, and Dr. Janet Kabeberi, Senior Gender Advisor and Head of Gender and Social Safeguards at UNEP, to shape a complimentary agenda in support of the Government’s priorities on Climate Action and green entrepreneurship."
Is the first what kind meeting to be held by the first lady since she was sworn in as the first lady of the Republic of Kenya at kasarani in event that was attracted by thousands of Kenyans who ushered in a new dispensation.
Matters of women empowerment are close to Rachel ruto's heart and she has vowed to ensure that women across the country are empowered and they have opportunities that can lead to a better livelihood for them.
Here are images from state house:
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