Senator Ledama Olekina has hinted through his official tweeter page asking president Uhuru Kenyatta to go ahead and fire the following Cabinet Secretaries, Charles Keter And Kiyonya Munyes. After being censured by the Senate of the republic of Kenya.
Senator Ledama Olekina further urge the international community not to work with these Cabinet Secretaries, Charles Keter and Kiyonya Munyes.
The President now has a basis to fire Cabinet Secretaries Charles Keter and John Kiyonga Munyes after being censured by the Senate of the Republic of Kenya! The international community should not work with these two cabinet secretaries.
Remember that Charles Keter was fined Ksh 500,000 for failing to appear before a senate committee over the rising cost of fuel. Do you think that president Uhuru Kenyatta should fire these two cabinet secretaries as many Kenyans are calling for their sack? But one thing Kenyans must know is that these two cabinet secretaries cannot take decision without orders from the Executives.
You can follow his official tweeter page and read more for yourself;
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