President Uhuru Kenyatta has been out of the country for a few days. Any time the president of a given country leaves the country for official business, the deputy president is the one who is supposed to act on his absence, like seeing through government projects and activities. This is not the case with Kenya since the President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto already fell out and the two leaders don't see eye to eye.
But it seems as if it is the First Lady Margaret Kenyatta who is running the show behind her husband. According to the Ministry of Interior, H.E Margaret Kenyatta, will tomorrow 13th October, 2021, preside over launch of the Policare Policy meant to consolidate efforts against Gender Based Violence in the Country.
"The @FirstLadyKenya, H.E Margaret Kenyatta, will tomorrow 13th October, 2021, preside over launch of the Policare Policy meant to consolidate efforts against Gender Based Violence in the Country. The event will be at @KSGKenya, Kabete starting from 9am." Tweeted by the Ministry of Interior
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