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Ruto Recommends the Nominations of Chief Administrative Secretaries

President William Ruto on Thursday, March 16 recommended the nomination of various persons as Chief Administrative Secretaries (CAS).


The Presidential action is pursuant to Article 132(4) of the constitution. The nominations have been transmitted to the National Assembly for consideration and approval by Parliament in accordance with the Public Appointments (Parliamentary Approval) Act No. 33 of 2011.

Ruto Recommends the Nominations of Chief Administrative Secretaries
PHOTO-PSC: President William Ruto at State House.

The nominees for appointment to the rank of Chief Administrative Secretary in various ministerial portfolios are as stated below;

The Office of the Deputy President

  1. Ann Wanjiku Mwangi.
  2. Nicholas Ngabiya Rioba.
  3. Edwin Sudi Wandabusi.

Office of the Prime Cabinet Secretary

4.Sharif Athman Ali.

5.Isaac Mwaura Maigua.

6.Rehema Hassan.

Ministry of Interior and National Administration

7.Samuel Kuntai Tunai.

8.Millicent Nyaboke Omanga.

9.Amb. Mohamud All Saleh.

 Ministry of Defence

10.Alfred Agoi Masadia.

 The National Treasury and Economic Planning

11.Kirui Joseph Limo.

12.Beatrice Nkatha Nyaga.

Ruto Recommends the Nominations of Chief Administrative Secretaries
COLLAGE PHOTO/COURTESY: Some of big names on Ruto’s CAS list.

 Ministry of Foreign and Diaspora Affairs

13.Joash Arthur Mwangi.

14.Catherine Waruguru.

 Ministry of Public Service, Gender and Affirmative Action

15.Hussein Tuneya Dado.

16.Charity Nancy Nanyama Kibaba.

Ministry of Roads and Transport

17.Benjamin Jomo Washiali.

 18.Eng. Nicholas Gumbo.

Ministry of Lands, Public Works, Housing and Urban Development

19.Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri.

 20.Victor Kioko Munyaka.

 Ministry of Information, Communications, and The Digital Economy

21.Dennis Njue Itumbi.

 22.Simon Mwangi Kamau.

  Ministry of Health

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23.James Kimanthi Mbaluka.

 24.Khatib Abdallah Mwashetani.

   Ministry of Education

25.Elly Stephen Loldepe.

 26.Mark Lomunokol.

 27.Anab Mohamed Gure.

   Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development

28. Jackson Kiptanui.

 29.Daniel Wamahiu Kiongo.

   Ministry of Investments, Trade, and Industry

30.Evans Odhiambo Kidero.

 31.Vincent Kemosi Mogaka.

 32.Lilian Cheptoo Tomitom.

   SACCOs and SMEs ministry

33.Bishop Margaret Wanjiru.

 34.Amos Chege Mugo.

    Ministry of Sports and Arts

      35. Wesley Korir Hon.

      36. Charles Njagua Kanyi.

     Ministry of Environment

       37. Jackline Mwenesi Lukalo.

38. Nyaga John Muchiri.

Ministry of Tourism

39. Wilson Sossion Ministry.

40. Rehema Dida Jaldesa.

Ministry of Water

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41. Chrisantus Wamalwa.

42. Sunya Orre.

Ministry of Energy

43. Mary Yaine Seneta.

44. John Lodepe Nakara.

Ministry of Labour

45. Elijah Gitonga Rintaugu.

Ministry of EAC

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46. Mwanamaka Amani Mabruki.

47. Rael Chebichii Lelei.

Ministry of Mining

48. David Kipkorir Kiplagat.

49. Fredrick Otieno Outa.

Ruto Recommends the Nominations of Chief Administrative Secretaries

The State Law Office

50. Allan Kibet Kosgey.


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