The differences between president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy is clearly boiling down to among their supporters and more dangerous the Cabinet Secretaries. It's clear according to CS Energy Charles Keter, matters petroleum cannot be blamed on him rather the CS Petroleum John Munyes. According to Charles Keter, he cannot be blamed on the increase in fuel prices in the country for he is squarely not to blame given issues petroleum was transferred to the more experienced person Munyes by the president.
Photo. From Left is Charles, Wife Winnie with DP Ruto and Rechel Ruto Winnie Keter is wife to CS Energy Charles Keter as well a lady hardworking and fully determined to achieve success through effort strive and total focus. She a lady who likes seeing results and highly focuses on achieving her goals.
Winnie Keter is wife to CS Energy Charles Keter as well a mother to three children.She is also a woman fully focused in what she wants to achieve in life as she is a person who really looks for results.She holds bachelor's degree and masters in Food Technology from the University of Nairobi.
Winnie Keter is wife to Energy CS Charles Keter as well one extremely hardworking lady highly determined to achieve success through effort strive and total determination.She is currently a tea sourcing manager at Harris tea company a job she started just this year.Winnie Keter is a mother though she keeps her family largely off public limelight.
CS Energy Charles Keter has send a message of condolences to the family and friends of Hon. Wesley Rono. The deceased passed on Saturday at his Masarian home. Through his official Facebook page Keter described the deceased an elder who gave unparalleled advice when I stepped in his shoes in December 2002. "My heartfelt condolences to the family of Hon. Wesley Rono, who passed on today at his Masarian home. The late Rono served Belgut Constituency with dedication and distinction between 1969 and 1974," said
Sotik member of parliament Dominic Koskei now wants CS Energy Charles Keter took get serious. Through his official Facebook page Koskei wondered why Kenya Power is making losses yet it's on high demand. "CS Charles Keter must get serious. This nonsense shouldn't be condone. Why is a monopoly Kenya Power Lighting Company making huge loses while it's selling a commodity that's on high demand allover. Isn't that a joke?" the Sotik MP says. "The President must deal with this issue once and for all. Investigations
A photo shared on Honorable Aisha Jumwa's Twitter page by Abraham Lincoln Youth Initiative depicts a young and enthusiastic Kenyan citizen, hailing from the exemplary and altruistic climate of Kericho who wrote a letter to Cabinet Secretary, Honorable Charles Keter requesting for help to find a job. The letter dated December 12, 2020 was written by Chepkorir Merilyn. Merilyn brings to the public limelight the pivotal reason as to why she wrote the letter purposely to the kenyan renown and celebrated cabinet