President William Ruto nominated fifty one principal secretaries who act as Deputy Cabinet Secretaries in the various ministries that they fall under.
The President nominated ten more permanent secretaries than those that were in the precious administration that was headed by Former President Uhuru Kenyatta.
However, the vetting was temporarily stopped by the High Court but resumed after the matter was resolved as per the reports that we have with us.
The communication has come this evening to all newsrooms that the President will be busy with the swearing in of his Permanent Secretaries tomorrow at State House in Nairobi.
This comes a few weeks after he swore in the Cabinet Secretaries at State House in Nairobi who have been doing their work as mandated by the constitution.
This means that all permanent secretaries that were serving in the previous administration will be vacating their offices tomorrow and paving the way for the new ones.
Let us know your thoughts and opinions on this latest development in the comments section below this article.
Picture courtesy. President William Ruto at State House.
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