President William Ruto in the past few weeks after being sworn into power has been making huge moves to streamline service delivery to Kenyans in his government.
In a latest report details have emerged on meetings that President Ruto has been holding meetings where he has been posing tough questions on controversial decisions made the Jubilee administration mostly in the second term.
From the report by the daily nation, it has established that President Ruto has questioned why the Kenya Transport Logistics Network that was created by presidential decree two years ago headed by Mr John Ngumi has become necessary and justification for the transfer last year over the port from the Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Infrastructure to the National Treasury.
Also they have been questions over a plan announced last year by the National Treasury for concession of the three berths in Lamu to Dubai World Ports and the controversial decision to transfer ownership and control of the Japanese-built second container terminal to a new outfit co-owned by Mediterranean Shipping Lines (MSC) and state-owned Kenya National Shipping Lines (KNSL).
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