There are reports that the Honorable Dr. William Samoei Ruto, the head of state, broke a major pledge when he named his cabinet secretaries on September 27, 2022.
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According to a Daily Nation media group editorial, the president of the United States broke his election campaign promise to provide women with 50% of Cabinet positions.
The nation's top commander only suggested seven women as his CS's falling shot, with four needed to achieve his pledge of 50%, while designating men and women to assist him in carrying out his tasks.
Ruto signed a charter before he was chosen to succeed former President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta. Now freedom is coming just one day after William Ruto addressed his new cabinet in his government. Mr. President, we have hope that in your government you will abolish all cartels and attach your amendments that you promised us during the campaign. It was embarrassing to some leaders who were told by Mr. President William Ruto to support him, and some refused to do so. Now see how some leaders got new positions in Ruto's government, and they will receive a high salary as they start working with Mr. President William Ruto.https://nation.africa/kenya/news/gender/ruto-reneges-on-half-cabinet-for-women-pledge-3965198
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