DP Gachagua missing as Ruto and Prime CS Mudavadi wraps up four- day Nanyuki Cabinet Retreat
President William Ruto has today wrapped up the four- day cabinet retreat at Fairmont Mount Safari Hotel in Nanyuki, Nyeri county. The retreat which began on Thursday was attended by all cabinet secretaries, principal secretaries and senior government officials including the presidential advisors. According to photos shared by president William Ruto on his official Facebook page, Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua was however missing in the closure ceremony of the four- day cabinet retreat.
Mt. Kenya MP Spotted Attending President Ruto’s Cabinet Retreat At Nanyuki
For a retreat, President William Ruto traveled to Nanyuki, Laikipia county with his Cabinet and other senior government officials. At the retreat at the Fairmont Mt Kenya Safari, Ruto is assessing the accomplishments of his administration since taking office. However Kenyans have been left talking after discovering that the Kiharu Constituency Member of Parliament was the only member of parliament who attended the Cabinet’s retreat at Nanyuki.