3 Cabinet Secretary That Kenyans Think Should Be Retained In Ruto's Government.
1. Fred Matiang'i
Fred Okengo Matiang'i is a current Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government in Kenya. He assumed office on 8 July 2017 in an acting capacity after the sudden Demise of Gen Joseph ole Nkaissery, making him hold two cabinet positions concurrently, that is in the ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government and Education, Science and Technology. He took up the full position of cabinet secretary for Internal Security and Coordination of National Government after being appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta in January 2018 in the president's second comprehensive cabinet appointment. Kenyans think he should be retained to continue with his good work.
George Albert Omore Magoha (born circa 1952), is a Kenyan consultant surgeon, academic administrator, and technocrat, who serves as the Cabinet Secretary of Education in the Cabinet of Kenya, effective 26 March 2019. During his tenure, CBC was introduced. People think that he should be retained so that the Competency-Based Curriculum will continue as planned.
3. Mutahi Kagwe
Hon. Mutahi Kagwe, EGH is the frank, Cabinet Secretary for Health in the Republic of Kenya. He took his oath of office on Friday, February 28, 2020. He is a tenured Kenyan politician who served as the first Senator of Nyeri County. Kagwe has served the country so well, especially during the Corona Virus period and most Kenyans think he should be retained.
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