As President Ruto unveiled his cabinet today. It was notable that some big names missed out on the Cabinet appointments made. Some of this include the following.
1.Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro : The kiharu member of parliament is one of the largest supporters of the president and a staunch believer of the hustler nation. The vocal second time MP has however missed out on the Cabinet appointments which have been made. Many people expected that Nyoro will land a plum CS position in the Kenya Kwanza Government.
However According to pundits in twitter Nyoro, was advised to shelf his Cabinet Aspirations and favour Political ones.
2.Former Machakos Senator Johnstone Muthama: Muthama had declared his interest in the Machakos gubernatorial seat. He however lost to Wiper’s Wavinya Ndeti. Muthama is also the UDA party National chairman. Pundits expected that Muthama will be considered for a plum Cs position but he has been left out. he has however been left out of the recent Cabinet appointments.
3.Former Mombasa Senator Hassan Omar: The former Mombasa gubernatorial candidate was poised as a strong candidate for a plum Cs position especially on the mining and marine front. However the position has be awarded to Former Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya.
4.Former Turkana Governor Josphat Nanok: Nanok was the executive Director in-charge of the William Ruto Presidential Campaign secretariat. It was expected that from this role the staunch governor would get a plum government appointment especially as a cabinet secretary.
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5. David Ndii: the renowned economist was poised by to be rewarded with a plum CS position. Ndii is credit with developing the team that crafted the Kenya Kwanza manifesto dubbed : The Plan. It was a shock to many as Ndii missed out on the lucrative appointments made by the president.
It expected some of the above named politicians and leaders will be rewarded with the chief Administrative positions. Others might even get appointed as Ambassadors of Kenya to various countries.