President William Ruto has won a case against the appointment of Principal Secretaries after the labor court has made a ruling today. This is after the Law Society of Kenya filed a petition to object the move halting the vetting process that had already kicked off at the national assembly.
The petitions have been struck out for reasons of having been filed in a premature way. Their move has so far delayed the swearing in of Principal Secretaries who could have been in their offices right now as we speak.
This is indeed a sigh of relief to President Ruto as well as those individuals who had been appointed since they can now rest assured that they will be vetted, appointed and sworn into office once due process being done by the parliament is completed.
Some of the renowned individuals who were chosen to be PSs include Raymond Omollo, Julius Bitok, Julius Korir, Teresia Mbaika among others.
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