Prime cabinet secretary Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi was missing in action on Tuesday as president William Ruto hosted members of his cabinet for yet again another cabinet meeting at State House, Nairobi county.
The former ANC party leader is currently out of the country as he is representing president William Ruto in a function in the united kingdom, a commonwealth function which he addressed yesterday on behalf of the head of state. He is in the UK together with other private sector leaders like Equity Bank CEO James Mwangi.
His notable absence notwithstanding, the president went ahead to meet almost a full cabinet that was highlighted by the attendance of many Other cabinet secretaries and cabinet members.
In the photos seen by this writer, deputy president Rigathi Gachagua was in attendance. Ministry of water cabinet secretary Alice Wahome was also in attendance.
Others easily seen in the photo is Alfred Mutua (foreign and diaspora affairs), the health cabinet secretary, Ababu Namwamba (sports). Aisha Jumwa, Aden Duale and Ezekiel Machogu were also seen. Secretary to the cabinet Mercy Wanjau also was present.
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