How Ruto Has Made Life Difficult for Linturi, Murkomen and Other Ministers
Photo: Courtesy President William Ruto has shown that it is not going to business as usual in his government. Comfortable Cabinet Secretaries have been told to get down to work and ensure that they deliver on Kenya Kwanza’s Plan. After the government’s retreat at Kenya Safari Club Hotel, some ministers who were seen with the President in public have taken back seats.
Five Cabinet Secretaries to Watch in Ruto's Administration
President William Ruto on Tuesday this week unveiled his cabinet that will work with him to achieve his promises to Kenyans. In this article KDRTV looks at 5 Cabinet nominees who will be powerful stakeholders in the William Ruto government. Njuguna Ndung’u Professor Ndungu was nominated as the Cabinet Secretary for the Treasury and Social Planning.
Willis Raburu Reacts After The Appointment Of Ababu Namwamba As The CS Of Sports.
The President William Ruto has appointed the Cabinet Secretaries today at State House.Most of the prominent leaders in Kenya attended the occasion to witness the announcement of the Cabinet Secretaries of various ministries.President William Ruto has nominated Musalia Mudavadi as the Prime Cabinet Secretary. The elected Cabinet Secretaries include;
Strong Warning to All Kenyans Who Wish to Get Hustler Fund
Kenyans aged 18 and above and businesses with a turnover of Sh100 million and below qualify for loans from President William Ruto’s “Hustler Fund”, according to draft regulations by the National Treasury. The Public Finance Management (Financial Inclusion Fund) Regulations 2022, published by Treasury Cabinet Secretary Njuguna Ndung’u, provide that borrowers with poor credit scores will be charged higher interest and face penalties, while those who service their loans on time will have the advantage of lower rates.
"He Was Hounded By The System But Kenya Needs Him As Finance Minister More Than He Needs Us," Donald Kipkorir Says
Today will be the second day as those nominated by president William Samoei Arap Ruto to various ministerial positions continue to be vetted by the National Assembly appointments committee. One of those to be vetted will be the former Governor of Central Bank, Prof. Njuguna Ndung’u.
Kenya Asks World Bank For Sh92 Billion Loan, Netizens React
Kenya is on the verge of obtaining a Ksh.92 billion ($750 million) loan from the World Bank Group as the country moves to tie down cheap financing. On Tuesday, Treasury Cabinet Secretary Prof. Njuguna Ndung’u disclosed the government was in advanced talks for the loan disbursement even as the value of the facility falls below its expectations of accessing Ksh.122.7 billion ($1 billion).
Eyebrows As Ruto Defies Courts Ruling, Gives New Directive on CDF Money
The treasury will start disbursing the Ksh44.8 billion National Government Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF) in weekly batches of Ksh2 billion from Friday, December 9, in total defiance of an existing court ruling that outlawed the kitty. In a new twist, the Treasury Cabinet Secretary, Njuguna Ndung’u, reportedly sought the opinion and interpretation of the Supreme Court ruling from the new Attorney General, Justin Muturi, who advised him to release the cash.
Education CS To Explain TO The Senate How ksh 873 Million For School Feeding program Was Used.
Education CS Ezekiel Machogu under fire after senators sought answers on the usage of Sh873 million for the school feeding program. According to the ministry, Ksh.201 million has been used to give cash transfers to various schools, Ksh.607 million to buy food, while a further Ksh.54 million has been used to transport the food to various counties.
Why The President Wants A new Scheme For The Smses To Be Formed By Loan Lender Organisations
President William Ruto wants financing programs for small and medium-sized businesses to be introduced by mobile service provider Safaricom, NCBA Bank, and Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB). The head of state gave a speech on Wednesday in Nairobi and instructed government representatives to ensure that his recommendations be carried out.
Public hearing on Ruto's government proposed budget this week
Govt announces plan to hold Public Hearings on its proposed Fiscal Year 2023/24 and Medium Term Budget at the KICC from January 11 to 13. The hearings, which are in accordance with the Constitution of Kenya and the Public Finance Management Act, will be officially launched by Professor Njuguna Ndung’u, Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury and Economic Planning, and will be attended by Honorable Ndindi Nyoro, MP and Chairman of the Budget and Appropriations Committee for the National Assembly.
Junet & Mbadi Name Qualified Cabinet Nominees That Will Be Approved By Parliament.
According to the sources, the four nominees who have ongoing court cases are Mithika Linturi, Aisha Jumwa, Davis Chirchir and Njuguna Ndung’u. However, when their cases fail to come out clearly, they will not be approved by the parliament to work in their respective ministries.