A photo of president William Ruto having a light moment with the outgoing Cabinet Secretaries.
Cabinet Secretary without portfolio Raphael Tuju skipped a Cabinet meeting chaired by President William Ruto on Tuesday, September 27, 2022.
The meeting held at State House Nairobi was Ruto's first formal interaction with the outgoing Cabinet since assuming office a fortnight ago.
It is not yet clear why the former Jubilee party Secretary General was missing in action during the top meeting attended by all the outgoing Cabinet Secretaries.
Doring the campaigns, Raphael Tuju was among the key critics of His Excellency the Head of State president William Ruto and even oversaw him being stripped off powers as Jubilee party Deputy Party leader.
The CS without a portfolio supported Azimio la Umoja - One Kenya coalition flag bearer Raila Odinga in the August polls.
Tuesday's meeting comes at a time when President Ruto is expected to name his much anticipated cabinet.
President Ruto is yet to unveil the team of cabinet that will help him deliver on his mandate but he is expected to make the announcements in a few days.
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