Prime cabinet secretary Musalia Mudavadi has held a high profile meeting with the security advisor to His Excellency the Head of State president William Ruto Hon Monica Juma.
They met at the executive offices of the prime cabinet secretary where they discussed how her role will benefit the office that he was given by the Head of State president William Ruto.
After the meeting, he says that they engaged critical views that will support the operations of government through the execution of the functions of the Office of the Prime Cabinet Secretary.
He has since encouraged all other State Officers to remember that they are servants of the people and that they should always endeavor to put out their best in serving the nation and it's people.
President William Ruto retained immediate former Energy and Petroleum Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma in his government as he named the new Cabinet Secretaries last year.
Juma who also served as the Defense Cabinet Secretary will now is the National Security Advisor in the new administration.
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