President William Samoei Ruto on Monday chaired his first cabinet meeting since he was inaugurated as the 5th President of the Republic of Kenya. The high-profile meeting was held in State House, the official residence of the Head of State.
His meeting was attended by Cabinet Secretaries of the previous administration that was led by President Uhuru Kenyatta. Among the CS who was present at State House is the Cabinet Secretary of the Ministry of Interior Dr. Fred Matiang'i.
In one of the photos trending on different social media platforms, President William Ruto was seen talking happily with Dr. Fred Matiang'i. This is after he chaired the meeting. Kenyans also took to social media platforms and reacted to the photo.
President William Ruto and his allies have been reading on a different script as far as Dr. Fred Matiang'i is concerned. During the campaign season, the Kenya Kwanza brigade called on former President Uhuru to sack the Super CS. They also accused him of intimidation and plot to rig the election.
It is not clear whether Dr. Fred Matiang'i will be retained in President Ruto's new cabinet that is set to be unveiled in the coming days. All attention will now focus on Matiang'i to see what he will do when the new cabinet shall be named.
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