According to an update by the deputy president of the Republic of Kenya Rigathi Gachagua, he held a high-profile meeting at his harambe office that was attended by several cabinet secretaries.
Among those are spotted in the meeting included the prime cabinet secretary in Ruto's administration musalia mudavadi, the attorney general Justin Moore tour together with cabinet secretaries Aisha jumwa Aden duale among other cabinet secretaries.
The meeting happening just a few minutes after the head of state President William ruto made public the list of chief administrative secretaries in different Ministries across the cabinet with Rigathi benefiting from 3 CASs.
According to the deputy president the meeting discussed among other things implementation of projects under the deputy president's office that have been assigned by the President William ruto. He says that his office will work closely with out of the head of state and during that the manifesto that was promised by the Kenya Kwanza administration is achieved.
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