The President of the Republic of Kenya Dr William Ruto has on Thursday, October 27 received all his 24 Cabinet Secretaries he nominated. The Head of State met with them at the State House where he has presided over official swearing in of all the Cabinet Secretaries approved by the National Assembly.
While addressing the Cabinet Secretaries after being sworn in, President Ruto issued a stern stating that any of the the CSs who will fail to do what is right, then he will have a problem with that particular Cabinet Secretary.
"If you fail to do what is right, you will not only not go to heaven but you will also have a problem with me", said president Willam Ruto.
The Cabinet Secretaries are now expected to start there work immediately.
It was a light moment when president Ruto thanked the families of the Cabinet Secretaries since the time he nominated them. He left many in stitches after telling their spouses that they can now sleep at their offices.
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