Former orange democratic movement party aspirant for the Kamukunji MP position has suggested that prime cabinet secretary Musalia Mudavadi will be a more powerful person in president William Ruto's government as compared to deputy president Rigathi Gachagua.
In a statement, the politician says that the new roles assigned to the office of the prime cabinet secretary (linking the executive with the legislature) makes him a very powerful man, more powerful that Gachagua.
"Also the roles assigned to the office of Musalia Mudavadi makes him slightly a very powerful person in Ruto's government than Gachagua. It will be interesting to see how things will turn out in future between Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and Prime CS Mudavadi," he says.
His assertion was also backed by City lawyer Donald Kipkorir who has come out to break his silence on the executive order. Kipkorir says that president William Ruto has allegedly assigned all his men with key roles as compared to Gachagua whose roles are not so attractive.
"In his 80 page Executive Order No. 1 of 2023, President William Ruto allocates executive roles to all his Cabinet Ministers including Mudavadi. As for Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua aka Riggy G, the only executive roles given is cleaning Nairobi River & coffee sector reforms," Kipkorir wrote on social media.
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