A week after handing the mantle to the new Chief of Staff and Head of Public Service Felix Koskei during the swearing in ceremony of President William Ruto's Cabinet on October 27th, Joseph Kinyua seems to be still around even as other immediate former Cabinet Secretaries fade from the limelight after being replaced.
On Thursday evening, the Head of State president William Ruto hosted top allies of His Excellency the former Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta. Among those present is the former cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Agriculture CS Peter Munya who has since been succeeded by former Meru county senator Mithika Linturi.
Former head of public service was one of the best students according Former Professor at Nairobi University
Professor Terry Ryan who was a lecturer in university of Nairobi arguably thought almost all the current economist in the Country including the current Treasury Minister Professor Ndungu Njuguna. Levin Opiyo Odhiambo a popular Kenyan blogger, based in United Kingdom, disclosed through a post made on his official Facebook account that the professor discloses amongst the students he thought in Kenya Former head of public service, Joseph Kinyua was the most intelligent student.
Tge outgoing head of civil service who has been working under the former president Uhuru kenyatta Joseph Kinyua has elicited reactions after his signature was spotted on old ksh 1000 notes. Kinyua's signature was spotted just on the back of the old ksh 1000 notes which has raised questions among Kenyans.
Dennis Itumbi has praised one particular man who worked 10 years for Uhuru's administration. According to Itumbi Mr Joseph Kinyua has been an exemplary performer when it came to offering Public Service. Joseph Kinyua who exits his office today is one of the oldest civil servants who served 4 sitting Presidents including William Ruto.
The Assumption of Office of the president Committee in its budget indicated that president William Ruto's Inauguration and swearing in ceremony would cost the taxpayers a whooping two hundred and fifty million ( 250 M ). However, in his report of the event, the former head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua has revealed that the ceremony cost more than what the committee had budgeted.
The head of public service who served under president Uhuru kenyatta Joseph Kinyua is among the key dignitaries that is overseeing the oath-taking of Cabinet secretaries are allied to William ruto which is currently happening at state house Kenya. Joseph Kinyua at Statehouse Administering the Oaths This Is expected to be the last the ceremony is that he is presiding over as the head of public service and since his replacement was already named by the President William ruto a few days ago.
The president of Kenya William Ruto today did bid farewell to Joseph Kinyua for carrying out a smooth transition and ensuring the constitution of Kenya was followed to the letter. According to the President, Joseph Kinyua showed maturity in leadership for they came into an agreement that there was an election in Kenya and not a Coup.
These are the news making headline's on Daily Nation today. Iconic Hilton Hotel is set to shut down before Christmas. Officials of the iconic hotel have announced that they will shut down operations in less than two month's. This will mark the end of an entity that has stood for more than fifty years in Nairobi.
Yesterday, the head of civil service retired from this powerful post and handed over the mantle to Felix Koskei. The President hailed mr Kinyua for ensuring that there was a smooth transition from Uhuru Kenyatta. He congratulated him for his diligent service to the government. "I want to congratulate Joseph, he has worked with me to make sure that Kenya gives an example of what a transition looks like," President Dr. Ruto said.
Photo Courtesy; Joseph Kinyua giving a press statement in a past event. Close ally of President William Ruto who is also a senior counsel Ahmednasir Abdulahi has showered with praises former President Uhuru Kenyatta's appointee who was replaced today by Ruto led administration. Ahmednasir has praised former head of civil service Joseph Kinyua who served in the former administration of Kenyatta calling him an honourable Man for signing himself into retirement following changes by President William Ruto.
The president William Ruto today held a meeting with his cabinet secretaries and also the outgoing president Uhuru Kenyatta's cabinet. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the meeting was held at State House where several leaders attended. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the meeting was interactive where cabinet secretaries shared their opinions among themselves.
Photo courtesy Hon Joseph Kinyua has managed to serve the three president's of the republic of kenya in the history of Kenya. Hon Kinyua served in the government of the late president Mwai Kibaki. He again served in former president Uhuru Kenyatta as the head of public service.
The United Kingdom prime minister, Rishi Sunak was recently sworn in to office after the sitting prime minister resigned. The father to the prime minister is believed to have underwent hi s studies in Kenya before searching for greener pastures in the United Kingdom. The school that he studied in is, Highway secondary school.
Lawyer Ahmednasir has mocked the head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua for signing himself out of public service into retirement. According to Ahmednasir, it must have been very painful for Joseph Kinyua to sign orders from the president appointing another head of Public service. Here is a link: https://twitter.com/ahmednasirlaw/status/1580973915639549952?s=20&t=KBGBh9zfftAO0C57Wbiznw
The current Head of Public Service, Joseph Kinyua, received a final farewell from President William Ruto. After a lengthy and successful career spanning four decades, Kinyua decided to retire. Having served under four successive presidents, he has been a towering figure in the Kenyan administration and has made a lasting impression on the nation.
President William Ruto presided over the swearing-in ceremony of the newly appointed Cabinet secretaries on Thursday, October 27. (CS) Joseph Kinyua picture Source: Twitter Various CSs took the oath of office and began their duties at the occasion, which was held at the State House Nairobi.
Jospeh Kinyua, who is stepping down, has taken over as Chief of Staff and Head of the Public Service from Jospeh Kinyua, who is stepping down. During Thursday's swearing-in ceremony for the Cabinet Secretaries at State House, Kinyua passed the baton to Kosgei, giving him control over the day's events.
William Ruto, the president of Kenya, did today say goodbye to Joseph Kinyua for making sure the transition went off without a hitch and that the constitution of Kenya was followed exactly. The President said that Joseph Kinyua demonstrated leadership maturity by agreeing that there was an election and not a coup in Kenya.
At the statehouse in Nairobi, the 24 cabinets were sworn in. The president personally served as the event's host. Felix Koskei, who had been chosen to succeed Joseph Kinyua as the head of the public service, was the first to be sworn in. After being sworn in, Koskei was given the authority to conduct the oath, calling the cabinet secretary appointments to the podium to make their individual oaths.