President William Ruto’s term in office began on a excessive as he embarked to fulfil the promises he made to Kenyans in his ambitious manifesto unveiled in the run up to the August polls.Ruto had exact important problems he pledged to tackle in his first a hundred days in office, and the clock is fast-ticking.
Among the promises is the appointment of the six Court of Appeal judges who have been rejected by way of former president Uhuru Kenyatta on the grounds of integrity concerns.Immediately after being sworn in, the president signed his first government order to approve the appointment of the six judges. On Wednesday, September 14, the president witnessed the judges take their oath of office at State House.
Besides the appointment of judges, the president had additionally promised to launch a public inquiry to set up the extent of kingdom capture. According to the manifesto published with the aid of the Kenya Kwanza marketing campaign secretariat, the government of Ruto will endeavour to grant autonomy to all impartial workplaces worried in the combat in opposition to corruption.
The Ruto-led Kenya Kwanza coalition also made a promise to enhance funding of sports activities activities. According to the manifesto, the government would establish a assignment force to discover sustainable sources of funding for sports. Among the encouraged concerns were the institution of a country wide lottery as well as tax incentives for corporate sponsors.
Further, Ruto made a vow to allocate 50 per cent of his Cabinet to ladies and implement the problematic two-thirds gender rule for appointments. Ruto, in retaliation to the appointment of Martha Karua as the going for walks mate in the Azimio Coalition, promised to supply ladies an equal possibility in government.
In addition, Ruto promised to revert the operations of the port and shipment offerings to the port of Mombasa. In his inaugural speech, Ruto cited that the operations of the port would be reverted to Mombasa- a reversal of President Uhuru's cross the place the Naivasha Inland Port and the Nairobi Dry Port had been prioritized.
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