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President Ruto's 29 PS Nominees Who Are Yet To Be Vetted By Parliament

The High Court has today 29th November 2022 struck out cases that had been filed challenging the nomination of 51 Principal Secretaries by President William Samoei Ruto. Justice Nduma Nderi dismissed the consolidated petitions, stating that they had been filed prematurely.

LSK had petitioned the list as presented to Parliament alleging it did not take into account the regional and tribal balance, the two-thirds gender rule principle, persons with disabilities and the youth. Before its suspension, the vetting was to take place between November 14 and November 18.

This means that the National Assembly will soon resume and proceed with the vetting of the 29 PS nominees who had not appeared before various departmental committees in the National Assembly when the exercise was suspended by Speaker Moses Wetangula.

The 29 who had not been grilled and interviewed by the committees are.

  1. Mr Charles Hinga - Principal Secretary Nominee for State Department for Housing and Urban Development
  2. Mr Joel Arumonyang - Principal Secretary Nominee for State Department for Public Works
  3. Ms Teresia Mbaika Malokwe - Principal Secretary Nominee for State Department for Devolution
  4. Mr Idris Dogota - Principal Secretary Nominee for State Department for the ASALs & Regional Development
  5. Mr John Ololtuaa - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Tourism
  6. Ms Sylvia Naseya Muhoro - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Wildlife
  7. Mr Geoffrey Kaituko - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Labour and Skills Development
  8. Mr Amos Gathecha - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Public Service
  9. Hon. Nixon Korir - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Lands & Physical Planning
  10. Mr Jonathan Mueke - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Sports and Arts
  11. Mr Ummy Mohammed Bashir - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Culture and Heritage
  12. Prof Edward Kisiangani - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Broadcasting & Telecommunication
  13. Eng. John Kipchumba Tanui - Principal Secretary Nominee for State Department for ICT and Digital Economy.
  14. Mr Joseph Mungai Mbugua - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Roads
  15. Mr Mohamed Dhagar - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Transport
  16. Ms Veronica Mueni Nduva - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Gender and Affirmative Action
  17. Mr Joseph Mugosi Mutavi - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Social Protection and Senior Citizens Affairs
  18. Mr Ismail Madey - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Youth Affairs
  19. Mr Shadrack Mwadime - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Shipping and Maritime Affairs
  20. Mr Mohamed Liban - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Petroleum
  21. Dr Belio Kipsang - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Basic Education
  22. Ms Esther Thaara Muhoria - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for TVET
  23. Mr Alex Wachira - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Energy
  24. Ms Beatrice Inyangala - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Higher Education & Research
  25. Ms Caroline Nyawira Murage - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for Correctional Services
  26. Ms Susan Mangeni - Principal Secretary Nominee state Department for MSMES Development
  27. Mr Festus Ngeno - Principal Secretary Nominee for State Department for Environment
  28. Mr Ephantus Kimotho - Principal Secretary Nominee for State Department for Forestry
  29. Mr Elijah Mwangi - Principal Secretary Nominee for State Department for Mining

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