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President Kenyatta starts re-organisation of Administration
Posted on Friday, January 05, 2018 @ 17:21:03 CST by kwpnews


NAIROBI, (PSCU)—President Uhuru Kenyatta started his long-awaited reorganisation of government, announcing that he was retaining a number of Cabinet Secretaries, and also injecting new blood to deliver on his Big Four agenda and other programmes.

President nominated former Turkana Senator John Munyes, former Marsabit Governor Ukur Yattani and former Director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko to Cabinet.

He made clear other nominees will follow.

President Kenyatta also retained six cabinet ministers who served in Cabinet through his first term.

Those retained are Henry Rotich (National Treasury), James Macharia (Transport and Infrastructure) Fred Matiang’i, (Interior and Co-ordination of National Government, and acting Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Education), Charles Keter (Energy) and Joe Mucheru (ICT).

Also retained were Joseph Kinyua, who remains Head of the Public Service, and Nzioka Waita, who was appointed Chief of Staff and Head of the Presidential Delivery Unit. Wanyama Musiambo, the former regional coordinator for the Rift Valley, has been appointed Deputy Head of Public Service.

At State House, Kinuthia Mbugua, former governor of Nakuru, has been appointed as the Comptroller, while the former comptroller Lawrence Lenayapa has been appointed Kenya’s ambassador to the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

The President also announced changes in the National Police Service. Edward Mbugua is now the acting Deputy Inspector General, Kenya Police Service; Noor Yarao Gabao acting Inspector General, Administration Police; and George Kinoti Maingi acting Director, Directorate of Criminal Investigations.

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