From photos shared online, Murathe, who had campaigned vigorously against William Ruto's presidency could be seen having some good times with his son in Dubai's Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world.
It is suspected that the anti-Ruto Uhuru ally flew to Dubai a month after the polls to relieve themselves of the tiresome campaign and polling activities
It is reported that the two attended to some family business matters before embarking on their holiday.
This comes at a time when a number o Cabinet Secretaries allied to Uhuru's government have been restricted from flying out of the country until a new cabinet is sworn into office to allow smooth transition.
In a circular dated September 19, 2022, Head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua said the new regulation is to allow for a smooth transition from the fourth administration to the fifth.
He added that the duties of the CSS and PSs during the intervening period remain limited to general administration only
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