One of Uhuru Kenyatta's cabinet secretary is allegedly planning to take up the role of Nyanza Spokesman.
According to today's one of the dailies, a Senior state official who asked not to be named told the star the grand plan is to groom the cabinet secretary for a face-off with deputy Ruto in the 2022 duel.
"He is being viewed as the best candidate for President Kenyatta and Raila's handshake side," the official said.
Moreover, the idea of elevating the Matiang'i to the role of Nyanza spokesman is to propel him to be among the sons to whom Raila might consider handing the buton. Dr. Fred Matiang'i is treated as the Senior most government official in the region, and one who can easily mobilise leaders to a roundtable. This follows the his role as the role chairman of the National Development committee of Cabinet in President Kenyatta's administration.
Fred Matiang's is one of the most powerful cabinet secretary in Uhuru Kenyatta's executive, with his track record well traced.
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