President Uhuru Kenyatta Makes Two Major Appointments On His Goverment Today In The Afternoon
As the president of the republic of Kenya, hon Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta who is also the commander of the armed forces has many roles to play. Among them is to appoint various officials to top positions on his goverment right from the KDF to public corporations. This is to ensure that there is a smooth run of goverment activities.
Goverment To Inject KES 200M In The Textiles Industry In Support Of Cotton Farmers.
The Kenyan government is planning to spend over KES 200M to support cotton Farmers countrywide in a bid to increase production in the textile industry. This is according the permanent secretary in the ministry of industrialization Dr. Juma Mukhwana. As reported by The Horizon News, the Permanent Secretary said that the government has in the past three years invested KES 5B in the Rivatex Textile Mill.
List Of Uhuru's Appointees Likely To Be Kicked Out According To KK Allegations
There are allegations that newly elected President William Ruto is likely to kick out some individuals who appointed by former president, Uhuru Kenyatta few days to retirement. Details emerges that it was illegal for Uhuru to appoint officials in his last days in office. According to reliable source by People Daily, it has publicized that a section of leaders and officials in Kenya Kwanza want the removal of assignment (appointments) of top parastatals officials.
“Walisema Sijasoma Nikawaonyesha Kivumbi" Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua On His Education Level
Some hours ago deputy president Rigathi Gachagua attended a graduation ceremony where he left the crowd and the graduates happy following his remarks. He started by congratulating them for the win saying education is not easy because of hunger, cold and being too much busy. He went ahead and said that during the campaign period, media people tried to portray him as an uneducated and primitive man until he went to the presidential debate and and showed them dust because of his eloquence.