Vocal Orange Democratic Movement party politician cum blogger Robert Alai, has lauded president William Ruto over his choices of cabinet secretaries which he unveiled on Tuesday, 27th September at the State House Nairobi Kenya.
Taking to his social media pages, the Kileleshwa member of County assembly noted that the president has started good with his choices arguing that the have face of the country.
President William Ruto unveiling his cabinet.
Alai added that he hopes the cabinet secretaries will unite the country as they embark on their duties. "The cabinet unveiled by Ruto is a good start, I hope that they will unite this country, this is a good start. Tried to have the face of Kenya. But we are watching keenly." The vocal lawmaker posted on his social media pages shortly after Ruto announced his cabinet.
The head of state ensured that all the eight former provinces produced a cabinet Secretary with the regions that overwhelmingly voted him reaping big.
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