The current Central Bank of Kenya Governor Patrick Njoroge has recently been pointed fingers at by Members of Parliament allied to the Kenya Kwanza coalition. Some have claimed that the governor is not in support of Ruto's economic plan. He also was the topic of debate in camp KKA with MPs questioning his move to publicly fault DP Rigathi's remarks over the countries Forex situation.
It is due to this incidents that stakeholders think Dr. Patrick Njoroge may be forced to take an early exit from the government's banker and regulator.
Statehouse sources who spoke to the People Daily mentioned two big names of individuals who could take up the position should Dr Njoroge take an early leave.
The list included the name of former Kenya Commercial Bank ( KCB ) Chief Executive Officer Mr Joshua Oigara. The second and last person mentioned on the list is Kenya Chief economic advisor Mr David Ndii.
Ndii leads a team of more than three economic gurus who are the center of president William Ruto's proposed economic reforms
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