Barely a week after President William Ruto presided over the 4-Day Cabinet Retreat where he stamped his authority and commitment to ensure that all his Kenya Kwanza Alliance Manifestos will be fulfilled, reports from the star weekend have reported that Disquiet has rocked the Cabinet once again following the emergence of reports that some figures might be reshuffled, demoted or even sacked based on what the head of state will decide.
According to the report by the media station, it is emerging that a senior Official of a certain Ministry was heard saying (Via Phone) that his department is on standby mode for any changes the head of state will announce to those close to him adding that non-performers might be kicked out of the leadership."The impending changes have caused panic and there is the worry that some close associates of powerful individuals in the Government might be affected by the changes because of their behavior and performance in general," The star reported.
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