Several allies of the President are currently scrambling for the various cabinet positions in the Kenya Kwanza Government with anxiety also building up over who will eventually be lucky. As alluded by the Star Newspaper today, some of the few lawmakers whose cabinet positions could have been already reserved include Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen and Garrisa Township Member Of Parliament Aden Duale.
According to the Radio Africa owned newspaper, the Kenya Kwanza Government is considering Murkomen for the Transport and Infrastructure docket while his colleague Aden Duale will likely run the Ministry of Defence. Moreover, Kandara Member Of Parliament Alice Wahome is also slated for the Health Ministry as reported by the Star.
Well, Ruto had pledged a 50% reservation of cabinet positions for women in his government and these are some of the realisations many Kenyans are awaiting to witness. As per Ruto's promise, he would have about 11 women in his 22 member cabinet which is to be revealed in due course. Former Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya is also among other personalities to be considered in Ruto's Government.
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