Fred Matiang'i is one of the best performing cabinet secretary in the government of retired President Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto. Matiang'i who is in charge of the ministry of internal secretary has done wonderful job in ensuring that security is tight in the country.
Ruto and Matiang'i were once friends but things fall apart when the CS occupied Ruto's offices during Uhuru's regime. The minister also was given some roles of William Ruto which worsened the tie between the two. Ruto during 2022 general election found it difficult as Fred Matiang'i was very tight on him.
Despite their enmity, the two have met for the first time at state house since their fall out, with Ruto as President and Matiang'i as the outgoing cabinet secretary. The two have shared a special light moments after Ruto met Uhuru's CSs for the special meeting. The two had smile on their faces which attracted Kenyan's attention which they reacted on it as shown below.
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