It is like a new dawn for the deputy president of the republic of Kenya Dr. William Ruto as he looks like embaking on his normal duties of being the deputy president from the time he parted ways with president Kenyatta from the time that handshake government was formed.
The deputy president has summoned five cabinet secretaries who have been opposing him publicly in a meeting in his Karen residence next week on 22/11/2021. The aim of the meeting is to discuss the Inter-Governmental Budget and Economic Council causing jiggers as politics of 2022 takes the centre stage.
The cabinet secretaries who are to be summoned including the cabinet secretary for education Prof George Magoha, Peter Munya of Agriculture, Ekur Yatani of Treasury, James Macharia of Transport, Infrastructure, Urban Development and Public works and Charles Keter of Devolution.
The other invited leaders include Council of Governors Chair Martin Wambora, officer of the Auditor General, controller of budget, chief register of judiciary , among many other guests.
The big question is will they honor the DP's call because they are the pro-handshake ministers who have been opposing the deputy president in many occasions.
Do you think this is the new begining for the DP and his boss or the gap will continue widening?
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