Just months after Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i revealed that they will be in the government that will be elected in 2022, a list has leaked on key leaders who will influence 2022 elections.
Matiang'i who was speaking during a function in Kisii, urged that they will be in government in 2022 saying that President Uhuru Kenyatta and Orange Democratic Movement, ODM leader Raila Odinga will chart their way out. This has been confirmed today by the Daily Nation, that the cabinet Secretaries are so powerful the ones who will shake the 2022 presidential elections whether they will be running for any elective positions or not
Among the Cabinet Secretaries is the Super CS Fred Matiang'i, Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Agriculture CS Peter Munya, CS Mutahi Kagwe.
Joe Mucheru in charge of the Ministry of information Technology, Keriako Tobiko Forestry, CS Ukur Yattani in charge of the Ministry of Finance, Eugene Wamalwa of the Devolution are also among the key cabinet Secretaries in the list.
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