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President Ruto Makes Changes In Government As Gachagua Gets A New Role

In his new year's Executive Order, Dr. Ruto has made various changes in his administration.

New roles of officials have been stated out from the Vice President to the Chief Executive Officers of State Corporations and Agencies.

In this regard, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has got a new role in the coffee reforms sector. The brawling conflict that has existed between the Ministry of Agriculture and Capital Markets Authority about who exactly is the parent body of the Nairobi Coffee Exchange has been brought to its knees.

Another notable change is the reverting back of the National Transport and Safety Authority to the Ministry of Transport.

In the previous administration, NTSA was transferred to the Interior Ministry during the second term of Former President Uhuru Kenyatta's second term.

The reliable source has it that the State Departments of Housing & Urban Development and Public Works have been transferred to the Lands Ministry after lying under the Ministry of Roads and Transport.

The Hustler Fund has been placed under the State Department for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). This department will oversee the administration of the Hustler Fund for the promotion, development, and enhancing the competitiveness of MSMEs among other functions.

The Medical Services docket has received some roles embedded in the Public Health Department.

Before these new changes, Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria was running two state departments but now increased to three in his Ministry of Investment and Trade.

The Tourism Ministry has gained one more State Department from the two in the previous administration. The current ones have been the State Department for Culture & Heritage and State Department for Tourism and Wildlife.

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Gachagua Interior Ministry Ministry of Agriculture Rigathi Gachagua Ruto


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