President Uhuru Kenyatta has made mini changes in his Government.
President Uhuru on Friday (5/1/18) released names Cabinet Secretaries that will help his regime achieve his Big Four Vision.
The President retained six ministers in his second and last term following his re-election in 2017.
The Head of State also nominated three new Cabinet Secretaries.
Here’s the list:
Retained Cabinet Secretaries
National Treasury – Henry Rotich
Tourism – Najib Balala
Interior Coordination of Government/Acting Education CS – Fred Matiang’i
Transport and Infrastructure Development – James Macharia
Energy – Charles Keter
Information Communication and Technology – Joe Mucheru
Cabinet Secretaries in limbo
Foreign Affairs – Amina Mohamed
Sports, Culture and Arts – Hassan Wario
Mining – Dan Kazungu
Water and Irrigation – Eugene Wamalwa
Public Service and Youth Affairs – Sicily Kariuki
Devolution – Mwangi Kiunjuri
Industry, Trade and Cooperation – Adan Mohamed
Environment and Natural Resources – Judy Wakhungu
Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries – Willy Bett
Health – Cleopa Mailu
Labour and East Africa Affairs – Phyllis Kandie
Defense – Raychelle Omamo
Land, Housing and Urban Development – Jacob Kaimenyi
Head of Public Service – Joseph Kinyua
Deputy Head of Public Service – Wanyama Musiambo
Chief of Staff and Head of Presidential Delivery Unit – Nzioka Waita
State House Comptroller – Kinuthia Mbugua
Cabinet Secretaries nominees – John Munyes, Ukur Yattani, Keriako Tobiko
Ambassador to the Kingdom of the Netherlands – Lawrence Lenayapa
National Police Service Appointments in acting capacity
Edward Njoroge Mbugwa – Ag Deputy Inspector General, Kenya Police Service
Noor Yarao Gabao – Ag Inspector General, Administration Police Service
George Kinoti Maingi – Ag Directorate of Criminal Investigations
The President is expected to name the rest of his new Cabinet in due course.