President William Ruto on Tuesday, 27th September 2022, chaired his first Cabinet meeting at State House in Nairobi since he was sworn in as the 5th President on 13th September.
The Cabinet meeting chaired by President Ruto was attended by CS' who served in President Uhuru Kenyatta's administration including CS Fred Matiangi', Joe Mucheru, Peter Munya, Keriako Tobiko, Peter Munya, Eugine Wamalwa among others.
President Ruto enjoyed a light moments with Interior CS Fred Matiang'i after concluding the cabinet meeting at State House sparking mixed reactions.
The photo of the President and the CS has raised lots of speculations of what could be cooking between the President and Matiangi aheadvof the unveiling of the cabinet by President.
Some have speculated that President Ruto might retain CS Matiangi in his cabinet since he is an asset who could play an instrumental rolr in Ruto's cabinet.
Below are some of the reactions to thr light moment enjoyed by Ruto and Matiangi' at State House;
What do you think President William Ruto was telling CS Fred Matiang'i?
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