List of CS Set to Be Fired

If recent events are any indication, several powerful Cabinet Secretaries in the Kenyan government could be fired.

This comes after some pro-government leaders demanded that President William Ruto fire the officials for their alleged incompetence on the job.

Some of the ministers at risk of losing their jobs have been accused of making careless comments about the country’s economic situation.

Among the Kenya Kwanza leaders calling for severe measures to be taken against some Cabinet Secretaries are Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale.

A number of Cabinet Secretaries have been identified by as potential candidates for transfer or dismissal.

Kuria, Moses

Moses Kuria, the Kenya Kwanza Cabinet Secretary for Trade and Investment, may be the first to be fired.

In what has been misunderstood as “mockery over the welfare of Kenyans,” Kuria has been brazenly criticizing critics of the President William Ruto administration over the recent spike in fuel prices.

The CS warned Kenyans to prepare for the shocks on his X account.

“Crude oil prices around the world are trending upward. Keep in mind that until February, pump prices will increase by Ksh 10 each month.

The CS went even farther, saying that in President William Ruto’s and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua’s absence, he was the de facto head of state.

Chirchir, Davis

Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale demanded that Energy CS David Chirchir be fired in a statement released over the weekend.

This came after Chirchir claimed the administration had exhausted all options for lowering gas prices.

The high-ranking politician and close supporter of the Head of State spoke out against the high cost of living and demanded “immediate action” against Chirchir on Saturday, September 16 in Kakamega.

“I want to tell the President that the people you assigned have led you to a ditch,” Khalwale said.

Ndii David

As a result of the unimaginable misery brought on by the recent spikes in the price of petrol, several of President William Ruto’s closest allies have called for the dismissal of economist David Ndii.

Ndii, chairman of the president’s council of economic advisers, stated he doesn’t trust the president or his deputy, so they did this.

If you believe politicians or trust the government, you are a sucker, Ndii remarked on X.

Rigathi Gachagua, the country’s vice president, saw this and issued a stern warning to government officials and other public figures to avoid making haughty statements to the general populace.

Mr. Ababu Namwamba

A few weeks ago, Ababu Namwamba, cabinet secretary for youth affairs, arts, and sports, came under fire from political and business figures for his management of the ministry.

Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly Gladys Shollei remarked in an interview last month that the CS does not seem concerned with the athletes’ welfare and has failed to do his duties as required.

The Uasin Gishu Woman Representative implied that corrupt officials were running the ministry through the athletes’ department as she demanded his resignation.

Alice Wahome (water) and Susan Nakhumicha (health) are two other Cabinet Secretaries whose positions are in jeopardy.

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