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Ruto Might be Treating Rigathi & Mudavadi Equally as What He Did During Cabinet Retreat is Revealed

It emerges that President Ruto subjected his Cabinet as well as senior civil servants to a 3-day crash programme during the retreat in Nanyuki. It's revealed that punctuality was the order of the day. The meetings were starting at 7.30am and would run up to 9.00pm. The meeting at the 5-star Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club brought together CSs, PSs and advisors in William Ruto’s administration such David Ndii, Dr Augustine Cheruiyot and Dr Kamau Thugge.

On Saturday, Dr Ruto also met with the Council of Governors (COG), as well as the National Assembly and Senate leadership. It emerges that they promised accountability and team work to achieve one dream.

However it is reported that during the retreat, the president might have treated DP Gachagua and Chief CS Mudavadi equally after he assigned them one additional state department each.

According to details, the president tasked his deputy with overseeing the working relationship between the national government and the county governments. As a result, the president assigned the deputy a state department for that role.

“The Office of the Deputy President will have a state department that will oversee the relationship between the national and county governments. I have deliberately assigned that responsibility to the office of the Deputy President so that we can amicably work with the county governments,” President William Ruto said.

During the engagement session at the retreat, Dr William Ruto further delegated Musalia Mudavadi the role to oversee the working relationship between Executive and Parliament. The president said Mudavadi will have a state department to oversee that role.

“The office of the Prime Cabinet Secretary will have a state department that will oversee the relationship between the Executive and the Legislature. I suggest that even as you formulate the final amendment to the Standing Order, his office is engaged so that we can agree on how to have all questions answered in Parliament by CSs,” President Ruto said.

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