Four cabinet secretaries, six principal secretaries and an ambassador have written to President Uhuru Kenyatta indicating that they have left office in-order to facilitate investigations into alleged corruption.
Energy CS Davis Chirchir, Labour CS Kazungu Kambi, Transport and Infrastructure CS Michael Kamau and Agriculture CS Felix Koskei and Kenya’s Deputy Head of Mission to South Africa Jane Waikenda have stepped aside over graft claims.
State House Spokesman Manoah Esipisu told a news conference held at State House that the President has appoints acting CSs in their dockets pending probe.
President Kenyatta has now appointed Industrialization CS Aden Mohammed to replace Koskei in the Agriculture docket, Defence CS Raychelle Omamo to replace Kambi at the Labour Ministry, Treasury CS Henry Rotich to replace Chirchir at the Ministry of Energy and Health CS James Macharia to replace Kamau in Transport.
Esipisu confirmed that the following PSs led by Secretary to the Cabinet Francis Kimemia, Transport PS Nduva Muli, Mining PS Patrick Omutia, Water PS James Teko, Deputy President William Ruto’s Chief of Staff Marianne Kittany and Investments Secretary Esther Koimet.
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