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Ruto nominates 51 Principal Secretaries, retains some old faces

By HARRIET MUGO

President Ruto has named 51 principal secretaries but retained Belio Kipsang (Education), Charles Hinga (Housing, Urban Development) and Harry Kimtai (Livestock).

The 51 names were picked from a list of over 500 individuals who were interviewed for the slots.

Other notable names in the list include Former Langata MP Nixon Korir (Lands), prominent lawyer Korir Sing’oei (MFA), Political Analyst Edward Kisiangani (ICT) and Former Nairobi Governor Jonathan Mueke (Sports).

Julius Korir has been listed as the PS for the State Department for Cabinet Affairs, Teresia Mbaika Malokwe for the State Department for Devolution and Esther Ngero – State Department for Performance and Delivery Management.

Amb. Julius Bitok has been appointed for the State Department for Citizen Services,Dr. Chris Kiptoo for the National Treasury and James Muhati for the State Department for Economic Planning.

Aurelia Rono has been listed as PS for the State Department for Parliamentary Affairs,Raymond Omollo for the State Department for Interior and National Administration and Caroline Nyawira Murage for the State Department for Correctional Services.

Patrick Mariro has been appointed for Defence, Korir Sing’oei for the State Department for Foreign Affairs and Roseline Njogu for the State Department for Diaspora Affiars.

Amos Gathecha has been listed for the State Department for Public Service while Veronica Mueni Nduva has been appointed for the State Department for Gender and Affirmative Action.

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