Over a month after taking the oath of office of the President, Dr William Ruto is yet to form his cabinet and have a fully operational Kenya Kwanza administration. Having named his cabinet nominees who are currently being vetted by the National Assembly's Appointment Committee, the president is rying on the outgoing Cabinet for the execution of his agenda.
However, there are opinions that the continued use of the old cabinet is disadvantageous not only to president Ruto, but also to Kenya as a whole, according to a reknowned communication scholar and political commentator Prof Barrack Okwaro Muluka.
Speaking during KTN News morning interview with Inea Debarl, Dr Muluka said that the current state of affairs left the Dr Ruto's government exposed to cover up of irregularities from the previous regime and implimentation of implicating policies which would be blamed on the new regime.
Dr Muluka asserted that the cabinet is it is currently is not properly constituted, adding that the approved items such as the uplifting of ban on GMO could be questioned in the fullness of time.
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