The Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang'i who also acts as the Super CS and chairs cabinet meetings in the absence of Uhuru Kenyatta has yet again visited a high profile and iconic world politician. Matiang'i has done a lot of duties previously assigned to Deputy president William Samoei Ruto who is currently deeply engrossed in a duel with the ODM political legend Raila Odinga in receiving the leadership baton from Uhuru Kenyatta. This has made Kenyatta to delegate several duties to the cabinet secretary who has demonstrated a high degree of loyalty and service to the Jubilee government.
Today, Fred Matiang'i revealed in his Facebook page to have had a rare opportunity in holding fruit bearing discussions with a former United Kingdom Prime Minister Tony Blair. This man is currently the executive chairman of institute for global change. He further on revealed that this institute is a key development partner in enhancing delivery of government projects and services.
Kenyans have reacted to these trips done by Matiangi in different ways. Some of them have congratulated him while others feel that this is misuse of government funds on unnecessary trips. See more comments below. Drop your comments on the same. Like, share and follow this page for more news.
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