The government of Kenya is yet to be fully handed over to new leaders as president William Ruto is yet to ensure he has brought on board leaders who will help him to achieve his campaign promises.
Having appointed the cabinet secretaries, the president received a list of leaders interested to be principal secretaries who will head major state departments, the president decided on the final list and nominated fifty one principal secretaries who are subject to approval by the national assembly.
There are 6 principal secretaries who worked for the government when president Uhuru Kenyatta was still in power who have become lucky enough to be retained by president William Ruto.
Belio Kipsang has been retained in the basic education, Dr. Chris Kiptoo will serve in the national treasury, Julius Korir in cabinet affairs, Harry Kimutai in livestock development, Peter Tum in medical services and Charles Hinga in housing and urban development.
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