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"He's Appearing More Presidential Than Ever Seen Before" Peter Kagwanja Says on Ruto's Latest Move

Political Analyst Peter Kagwanja has come out to laud President William Ruto for the realignment of his government following the Executive Order No. 1 of 2023.

Ruto on Monday, January 9th, made changes to how his government will be constituted which included shifting some services from different ministries to others, adding more state departments to some of the ministries, re-defining Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi's duties as well as assigning the duo two principal secretaries each.

Speaking with KTN News, Kagwanja said that Ruto is moving towards the right direction in implementing the 2010 constitution, and that is making him appear more presidential than the country ever witnessed.

"Ruto's decision is made to ensure that it is the Executive which is managing order with the other arms of government, and that the three principals (Ruto, Gachagua and Mudavadi) as well as the Attorney General Justin Muturi are tasked with managing the relations with each of them."

"This Order 2023 is a right step towards harnessing the new constitution in terms of giving institutions the freedom to operate, but within an orderly situation. What is making Ruto's experiment credible and sustainable is because he started by winning the polls and uniting his team."

"One thing you can say is that through this kind of management of our political affairs, Ruto is beginning to appear more presidential that we have ever seen before in terms of being in control and hands-on in the levers of power."

Kagwanja further noted that Ruto has presented himself as a leader who recognizes work ethics and more so discipline in work and time management, all which are required for any person in such a high office.

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