A file photo of Cabinet Secretaries.
Despite being a member of the cabinet, Deputy president William Ruto is missing out as President Uhuru Kenyatta's Cabinet Secretaries sub-grouped themselves into different committees in order to improve the government service delivery in the country.
A screenshot of part of Wednesday's People Daily newspaper. Photo/Courtesy
The current Cabinet Secretaries from different ministries have adopted to a new way of working where since this past week, they have been inspecting government projects in groups and not the specific individual CS.
For instance, on Tuesday, the Cabinet Committee in charge National Development Implementation and Communication were Narok county where they included CS Charles Keter of Energy, Mutahi Kagwe of Health and Rachel Omamo of Defence.
"Joined my colleague Hon. Mutahi Kagwe and Amb. Rachel Omamo as part of the National Development Implementation and Communication Cabinet Committee (NDICCC) to visit various National Government Projects in Narok county. @MOH_Kenya @ForeignOfficeKE @PDUDelivery"Charles Keter. https://t.co/j6ZF72f9In
Another group made up of CSs Monica Juma, Keriako Tobiko and President Uhuru Kenyatta's Chief of Staff Nzioka Waita were in Machakos County inspecting National Govt projects.
The team urged the contractor to fast-track completion of Kenol-Ngoleni-Kaani/Mutituini-Kaseve road or risk penalties. The 56-kms road is 60% complete and behind schedule https://t.co/8GTSmAmDBV
Cabinet Secretaries AMB_Amina_Mohammed, @CsChelugui, @mucheru and @SicilyKariuki inspected the 4th Nairobi Water Supply projects in Muranga.
The bulk water supply projects are The Northern Collector Tunnel Phase 1, Kigoro Water Treatment Plant and Water Transmission Pipelines. @PDUDelivery https://t.co/L3PMlVRxt7
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