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Ruto's Ally Claims That A Number Of CSs In Ruto's Gov't Cannot Qualify To Herd His Camels.

The city based lawyer and a close ally to President Ruto, Ahmednasir Abdullahi has slammed that despite the four months that has elapsed in Ruto's administration, some of his Cabinet Secretaries cannot even qualify to look after his camels.

These remarks comes after section of Kenyans complained of delay in realization of Ruto's Manifesto. Some claimed that the delay is attributed to the incompetencies among Members of Cabinet Secretary.

President William announced his cabinet picks on Tuesday, September 27, exactly two weeks after being sworn in on August 13. Just Simon Chelugui, the CS for labor and social protection under the immediately preceding President Uhuru Kenyatta, was retained by President Ruto.

His new cabinet would bring a number of current and former lawmakers to the Executive branch of government, including Senator Kipchumba Murkomen of Elgeyo Marakwet, former Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa, former Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria, and former National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale.

The opposition has consistently referred to the situation of the economy as "deplorable" in their countless campaign rallies, and President William Ruto has come out swinging in response.

President Ruto proudly announced that he had successfully stabilized the economy while speaking in Mombasa on Friday. He had his shirt sleeves folded as if to explode the hard work he had been doing.


The Head of State blamed his predecessor's method of operation for the alleged mess the economy was in when he took office, but said that he put correcting it the first thing on his to-do list.

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