Kenyans will elect their favorite leaders in less than 200 days. This year's elections has seen many politicians looking for votes from Kenyans in their respective areas. On the other side, various seats like MCA, Women representatives, MPs among others have attracted some of the cabinet secretaries in Uhuru's government. According to the constitution of Kenya, those working in any public office and want to join politics should resign.
Well, days after Rift Valley regional commissioner George Natembeya resigning to join politics, five cabinet secretaries have already submitted their resignation letters to president Uhuru Kenyatta to join politics. Their resignations come after Uhuru was hinted to have plans on mass removal of his cabinet secretaries committed to politics.
This is according to the reports published by the Standard newspaper. The five cabinet secretaries will leave their offices at the end of January. However, the names of the five cabinet secretaries have not yet been their resignation letters have been received by President Uhuru Kenyatta. President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to replace the five cabinet secretaries in February this year.
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