It appears that the picks of previous President Uhuru Kenyatta are in a fear after observing President William Ruto's most recent behavior.
In what is believed to be a kind of retaliation against Uhuru's men, Ruto has been expelling Uhuru's men and reorganizing the government to suit him.
According to reports, the same situation is expected to persist, which worries the people still in power and causes some of them to hastily leave.
Ruto's next targets are the ambassadors Uhuru left behind, according to The Daily Nation, as he attempts to put together his own team.
When Mary Wambui, a problematic businesswoman, was appointed to the role, Gilbert Kibe, the Communications Authority of Kenya's (CA) board chairman, had already resigned.
Despite reports that he had been asked to resign in favor of Wambui, he told the newspaper that he had "made a personal decision to leave."
Before the August election, Karanja Kibicho, a former Interior Principal Secretary who had been sacked by Ruto, was his most famous rival.
In spite of the expectations of their offices for objectivity, he stated that the team was politically engaged and that they participated in state capture.
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