Ann Kananu, a former governor of Nairobi and ardent member of the Azimio la Umoja One alliance, has expressed her displeasure with president Ruto's Cabinet as they approach closer to receiving their official seats after completing parliamentary vetting.
In a tweet posted to her social media account, the politician advised Kenyans to get used to having problematic ministers in charge for at least the next five years.
Kananu revealed that these cabinet secretaries are killers, robbers, and criminals in order to spare her feelings. Despite the fact that she didn't specifically identify them, it is clear that she is referring to the cabinet secretaries whose cases DPP Hajji arbitrarily dismissed last week.
"William Ruto will have a range of undesirables in his cabinet,.
She apparently made these remarks while the academics Kithure Kindiki, Aisha Jumwa, Moses Kuria, Davis Chirchir, and Njuguna Ndungu—all of whom were included in president Ruto's second round of nominees—were being grilled in the National Assembly.
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