The President's latest move of reshuffling his Cabinet has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans with many questioning his motive. The Head of State made some key changes with Cabinet Secretary, Charles Keter being moved from Energy docket to Devolution Ministry. Keter is a key ally of DP Ruto and is believed to be his pointman in Pres. Uhuru's Cabinet.
Photo Courtesy/ Pres. Uhuru and DP Ruto in past event
Dennis Itumbi has now alleged that the President's latest Cabinet reshuffle has favoured the Kalenjin community. According to Itumbi, two ministries in the Government are now fully controlled by Kalenjins since the Permanent Secretaries in the two Ministries are all from Kalenjin community.
@OleItumbi We now have two Ministries. That have no regional balance. Literally, Devolution & Labour are now KALENJIN Ministries.
CS Keter & PS Korir.CS Chelugui & PS Tum.
Crucially, the heavily funded SLAY QUEEN & Puppetry commission @NCIC_Kenya is SILENT.
Photo Courtesy/ Dennis Itumbi
Itumbi has alleged that the two Ministries include Devolution docket and Labour Ministry. He has questioned why the NCIC is quiet over the recent Cabinet changes which tends to favour a particular community.
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