President William Ruto has this evening received a message from his deputy who has begged for his forgiveness because of the manner in which he showed up at his event and during his birthday wearing gumboots. After he was welcomed on stage by cabinet secretary Soipan Tuya, the first thing Gachagua did was to try to convince the president to understand his new look at such a crucial event.
Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu has addressed concerns conveyed by various stakeholders regarding the upcoming national examinations. In a bid to allay fears over the unpredictable weather changes, the Education CS wrote a letter to his Environment counterpart, Soipan Tuya and requested an advisory during the examination period.
During the last general elections on 9th August 2022, Kenyans elected William Samoei Ruto as the fifth president of Kenya and former Mathira member of parliament Rigathi Gachagua became the deputy president of Kenya, the two took over the leadership of thr country on 13th September 2022 at Kasarani stadium.
First Lady Rachel Ruto has joined Kenyans across the country in planting trees and saving our forests.On November 17, Rachel presided over an event dubbed 'Forest Adoption' in Kakamega County and present at the event were CS, Ministry of Environment and Forestry Hon Soipan Tuya and Chief conservator of Forests Julius Kamau.This was one of the rare moments the first lady wore a trouser and commenting on her dress code, Kenyans noted that she looked beautiful.Rachel wore a khaki suit, a Kenyan forestry uniform and Safari boots and a matching hat.Netizens reacts:
First Lady Mama Rachel Ruto has this morning landed in Kakamega County where she is to conduct some several meeting as well as other undisclosed meetings. Picture courtesy. Image from the scene. The First Lady, Mama Rachel is said to have been accompanied by President Ruto's Cabinet Secretary of Environment and Forestry Soipan Tuya.
In a statement issued while in the neighboring democratic republic of Congo (DRC) where he has been since yesterday night (Sunday Night), president William Ruto issued firm orders to ministry of environment cabinet secretary. This is after learning that there was ongoing uprooting of the rare, sacred baobab trees in Kilifi County which were being bought and exported to Europe, a situation that had triggered mixed reactions among kenyans.
The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now' Chinese proverb. This is how she starts her message on her social platform informing citizens of her whereabouts in Kakamega and encouraging everyone to take part in planting tree as the government is pushing to save the country from drought The first lady has always been a fashonista at all time, and today was no different as she set foot in Kakamega for a tree planting session.
Today, the First Lady Mama Rachael Ruto attended a tree planting program in Kakamega County. She was accompanied by Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Soipan Tuya. They were received by several leaders from Western and Nyanza region. The tree planting exercise is set to increase the forests cover in the region in response to the impact of Climate change.
Photo courtesy of First Lady Rachel Ruto and Cabinet Secretary of Environment and Forestry Soipan Tuya. The First Lady of the Republic of Kenya Her Excellency Mama Rachael Ruto accompanied by Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary, Soipan Tuya arrive at Kakamega county. ahead of a tree-growing program.
Ezekiel Machogu, the cabinet secretary for education, has addressed worries expressed by several stakeholders about the approaching national exams. The Education CS requested an advise throughout the exam time in a letter to his Environment colleague, Soipan Tuya, in an effort to ease concerns regarding the unexpected weather changes.
Her Excellency the First Lady Rachel Ruto has landed in Kakamega county on Thursday morning. She landed in Kakamega aboard a Kenya Airforce Plane. The First Lady of the Republic of Kenya Her Excellency Mama Rachael Ruto accompanied by Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary, Hon Soipan Tuya "Rachel Ruto with Environment CS Soipan Tuya at the Kakamega Airstrip ahead of a tree-planting exerciseHappening now!"
President William Ruto has said it is time for humanity to step up to make the earth liveable.He noted that the devastating disruptions due to climate change was undermining “our progress and aspirations for economic development.“ He spoke on Wednesday in Ngong’ Hills Forest, Kajiado County, during the launch of the National Programme for Accelerated Forestry and Rangelands Restoration.
President William Samoei Arap Ruto's Administration has threatened to go after powerful individuals who did not follow due diligence while giving a lisence to Uproot Baobabs trees in Kilifi county. Speaking today while stoping the move the Ministry of Environment has cancelled any movement of baobabs hours after president William Ruto ordered a probe into mass uprooting of the trees in Kilifi County.
The first lady Hon Rachael Ruto and the cabinet secretary for environment and forestry Hon Soipan Tuya today toured in Kakamega County. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the first lady Hon Rachael Ruto was welcomed well by the Kakamega County leaders who escorted her to the offices.
The tree planting programme is currently continuing in the country where leaders and residents are participating. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the first lady Hon Rachael Ruto and the cabinet secretary for environment and forestry Hon Soipan Tuya today landed in Kakamega County ahead of the tree planting programme.
Essy Okenyuri, the senator nominated to replace Soipan Tuya in the most recent cabinet nominations, received the first-in-command today in Juba, South Sudan, where he is scheduled to inspect a project. The first in command has quietly left the country for a trip to South Sudan to work on a number of projects that he will wrap up today.
The new cabinet secretary for environment Hon Soipan Tuya is currently in Egypt attending the climate change conference. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the cabinet secretary is among the top leaders in the continent who are attending this year's conference.
The cabinet secretary for environment and forestry Hon Soipan Tuya is currently in Egypt attending the climate change conference. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, several leaders across the continent are also attending the conference at Sharma El Sheikh in Egypt. The president William Ruto appointed Hon Soipan Tuya after being vetted by the members of parliament.
The First Lady of the Republic of Kenya Mama Rachel Ruto today will be conducting a tree growing exercise in Kakamega County. She will be doing the exercise alongside with Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary, Hon Soipan Tuya. "The First Lady of the Republic of Kenya Mama Rachel Ruto accompanied by Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary, Hon Soipan Tuya arrive at the Kakamega Airstrip ahead of a tree growing exercise in the County", Ministry of Environment and Forestry Kenya.
The Climate Change Conference is currently continuing in Egypt where several leaders across the world are attending. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the new cabinet secretary for environment and forestry Hon Soipan Tuya is also in Egypt attending the conference. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the new cabinet secretary Soipan Tuya was appointed by the president William Ruto so that to work under the ministry of environment.