On Tuesday morning, September 27, President William Ruto hosted Cabinet Secretaries at State House for his first cabinet meeting as the head of state.
After the meeting, President Ruto took time to have a chitchat with the Cabinet Secretaries. One of the photos taken after the cabinet meeting showed the head of state sharing a light moment with Fred Matiang'i.
The photo (shown below) ignited massive reactions from Kenyans. Reacting to the photo, some Kenyans asked President Ruto to consider Fred Matiang'i for a cabinet slot. Those who want Matiang'i given a cabinet slot opined that the current Interior Cabinet Secretary was a performer and deserve a chance despite the fact that he campaigned against Ruto.
Here are some comments from Kenyans who want President William Ruto to appoint Fred Matiang'i as a Cabinet Secretary:
Mugambi Murungi: Fred Matiang'i is undoubtedly an industrious Kenyan who deserves an appointment to serve in this able going by his previous selfless record since his debut as CS for Education. He is the type of leader that Kenya deserves at this point in time.
Mishaki: We all know what happened during the political season ahead of August 9th Elections but my suggestion is that President William Ruto should act wise enough to retain CS Fred Matiang'i in his cabinet. Let bygones be bygones. The guy is a true and proven asset in service delivery.
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