The President Hon William Samoei Ruto graced the swearing in ceremony of the Permanent secretaries just days after the Court allowed the Parliamentary vetting committee to proceed with the process and the panel approved the names of the leaders who were presented before them by the head of state in the leadership of the state departments.
Belio Kipsang today at Statehouse Just a few hours after a court sitting in milimani made a ruling on the vetting process of principal secretaries which was ongoing in Parliament a President William ruto through his Press secretary have released a statement in connection with the swearing in of the said secretaries.
Ruto's principal secretaries can this afternoon breathe a sigh of relief after a court sitting in milimani made a ruling on the vetting process that had been halted following a case that had been filed before the industrial Court. This coming as a huge reprieve for the president who had earlier on listed close to 59 individuals who are expected to take up different principal secretaries job in different Ministries Across The Nation.
President William Ruto seems to prefer the State House office in playing his key mandates. The Head of State has been holding major events at the premises and rarely has he been using the Harambee house office. Following the nomination of 50 principal secretaries by president William Ruto, the swearing in ceremony has now been announced and is expected to take place on Friday, December 2nd.
President William Ruto has today officiated the list of nominated principal secretaries who will be heading different government State Departments at the National level. From the list shared by the State House Spokesperson, Hussein Mohamed, some of the close friends of President Ruto like Nixon Korir managed to be nominated to the post while others missing out.
The reign of the fifth president of Kenya William Samoei Arap Ruto is now complete as he puts his permanent secretary in office this morning. This is a major gain since he can now have all his eyes in various sectors of government where he can easily trace implementation of government projects.
Former Lang'ata MP Nixon Korir recently hit the headlines after he was nominated as the Principal Secretary of the powerful Ministry of Lands. The nomination did not come as a surprise, but it left many Kenyans envious, wishing that their careers had been as successful as his.
The President is moving with speed to constitute his own team That Will ensure that he delivers on his pledges. Already all the cabinet Secretaries Have resumed work. The Kenya Kwanzaa administration is keen to ensure that the cost of living comes Down. However, the head of state believes that This Will be achieved in a year's Time by ensuring that they Deal with production rather than Subsiding Consumption.
A few days after the Court authorized the Parliamentary vetting committee to continue with the procedure, President William Ruto presided over the event in which the Permanent secretaries were sworn into office as their respective positions. President William Ruto left the people in applause after his dialogue with defunct Langata Constituency Parliament member Nixon Korir was heard.
The President of Kenya, William Ruto, has this afternoon nominated his Permanent Secretaries who will serve in their designated fields once they are sworn into office. Picture courtesy. President Ruto with Former MP Nixon Korir. The list has to first go through Parliament for approval before they can be sworn into office at State House in the next few days as per the reports that we have with us.
Dennis Itumbi has finally spoken out on President William Ruto's most recent appointments to the positions of Permanent Secretaries. The National Assembly's members of parliament have been asked to review and approve the lengthy list of Permanent Secretaries. The decision by the Head of State to include some notable names in his most recent appointments has aroused conflicting responses.
Sakaja, has left netizens talking on different social media platforms. This is after what he told Nixon Korir after his latest archivemment went viral. According to the source, Sakaja was congratulating Korir for his archivemment where by he wrote telling him that: Now, this message of Sakaja to Korir after he was nominated to PS list, has gone viral on different social media platforms where by, it's sparking mixed reactions currently.
The president continues to nominate individuals who will assist him in advancing the government and fulfilling his promises to Kenyans. He nominated principal secretaries today. The list must be submitted to the legislature for approval. As anticipated, a number of leaders who supported his campaign have been nominated, including Nixon Korir.
The President Dr William Samoei Ruto unveiled the list of the 51 Principal Secretaries that will work in his government on Wednesday, November 2. The list of the principal secretaries consists of several leaders who had been loyal to the President Dr William Samoei Ruto before, during and after the August 9 general elections.
William Ruto has begun to get a new structure after the national leader presented the names of 51 people in the National Assembly to be appointed for the positions of secretaries of ministries. In that list, President Ruto has appointed his advisors from the last general election and Kenyan Kwanza politicians who lost in that election while retaining only some who served in the outgoing Jubilee government. By doing so, he has increased government departments from the 49 he had previously mentioned to 51. Secretaries
The president is continuing the process of nominating individuals who will assist him in driving the administration and delivering on his promises to the Kenyan people. The nominations of principal secretaries took place today. In order for the list to be approved, it will need to be submitted to parliament. As was to be anticipated, a variety of figures who assisted him with his campaign, notably Nixon Korir, have been nominated. Others, like Raymond Omollo, did not accompany him on his campaign route. Evans
The President of Kenya, Hon. William Somoei Ruto has once more awarded some of his close allies and Kenya Kwanza Alliance loyalists by nominating them to principal Secretaries to the various cabinet in his administration. Among those awarded are top politicians who by bad luck lost their seats in the August general elections. This PS list has generated mixed reactions among Kenyans. Majority of Kenyans feel that Ruto was too tribal in his selection. Others feel that he did not pick wisely while some section
Netizens are still chatting about Sakaja on various social media sites. After his most recent archivement became viral, he said the following to Nixon Korir. As stated by the source, Sakaja was praising Korir for his archivement and informing him that: Currently, this communication from Sakaja to Korir upon his nomination for the PS list has gone viral on various social media platforms and is receiving varied reviews.
List Of Principal Secretaries Nominated by William Ruto, Bellio Kipsang and Nixon Korir Amongst them
Few weeks After Cabinet Secretaries that were nominated by William Ruto were vetted by National Assembly and later on Took Oath to resume their duties, President of Republic of Kenya has Named Principal Secretaries today. The Nominated Principal Secretaries' names will be sent to National Asssembly for Consideration and Approval as Confirmed by Government Spokesperson Hussein Mohamed.
The president keeps proposing new candidates who will aid him in pushing the administration and delivering on his campaign promises to Kenyans. He proposed principal secretaries today. The list will need to be approved by parliament. As anticipated, he has received nominations from a number of influential figures, including Nixon Korir.