The people in charge of the Kenyan high commissioners in various nations across the world under the leadership of former President Uhuru Kenyatta may be impacted by what President William Ruto is expected to do soon, according to journalist Gabriel Oguda.
The Sunday Nation Newspaper reported today that President William Ruto is set to shortly dismiss Kenyan ambassadors chosen by his predecessor Uhuru Kenyatta, according to Oguda's most recent tweet.
The President is prepared to pick new ambassadors who are his loyalists and dismiss those chosen by the Uhuru administration. The ambassadors that Uhuru appointed should be ready for the announcement of a potential early release as it has been revealed that the head of state will do so shortly.
"Sunday Nation says Ruto is about to fire Ambassadors shortly. If you know you were hired by President Uhuru Kenyatta to represent Kenya anywhere, kindly buy unlimited internet bundles now, because you wouldn't want your village witch to break the news for you." He said.
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