The Speaker of the National Assembly Moses Masika Wetangula has suspended the vetting of President William Ruto's principal secretary nominees.
This is after the Employment and Labour Relations court judge ordered that the vetting should be discontinued until the case that is before the court is heard and determined.
"Following the granting of Conservatory Orders to petitioners in the Constitution Petition No. E186 of 2022,temporarily staying the ongoing vetting process,Speaker @HonWetangula has suspended the vetting of nominees for appointment as Principal Secretaries forthwith."National Assembly.
He has since directed the Chairpersons of the relevant departmental committees who were overseeing the process to stop the betting forthwith until such a time that the speaker will issue other orders.
He has issued this order a day after His Excellency the Head of State president William Ruto held a meeting after the order was issued by the Employment and Labour Relations court judge.
It is not yet clear if the Head of State took the opportunity to discuss with the Cabinet Secretaries the next move since principal Secretaries are crucial in running of the government departments and Ministries.
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