Photo Courtesy; Joseph Kinyua giving a press statement in a past event.
Close ally of President William Ruto who is also a senior counsel Ahmednasir Abdulahi has showered with praises former President Uhuru Kenyatta's appointee who was replaced today by Ruto led administration.
Ahmednasir has praised former head of civil service Joseph Kinyua who served in the former administration of Kenyatta calling him an honourable Man for signing himself into retirement following changes by President William Ruto.
"What an honorable man Mr. Joseph Kinyua is. Brave and honorable enough to sign himself into retirement." Ahmednasir wrote.
According to information shared by the government, Joseph Kinyua's position will be taken over by Felix Koskei who will double up as the Chief of Staff and the head of the civil service.
It should be noted that Mr. Kinyua served as Head of Civil service since 2013 when the Jubilee government came into power.
The soft spoken man also served as Treasury Permanent Secretary during the reign of former President Late Mwai kibaki.
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