This week will be a significant week for President Ruto’s PS nominees considering that they will undergo a vetting process that has been scheduled to kick off on November 14.
The week-long process will see the nominees defend their appointments and will be expected to make an appearance before various committees of the National Assembly.
The vetting process of the 51 nominees will be concluded on Friday before they know their fate.
This process comes a week after President Ruto made public the list of people he had selected for the PS jobs sparking debate among a section of Kenyans who termed the nominations as unconstitutional.
In other news, Nairobi county governor Johnson Sakaja has moved with speed to curb the insecurity cases that have been reported in the county.
In a drastic move, the governor banned hawkers and street families from occupying footbridges and further promised that they will allocate suitable working spaces for the displaced.
According to Sakaja, this move is one of the measures that will help restore security in the city.
Meanwhile, here is the news making headlines on Opera News
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After losing the August Nineth to President William Ruto, the ambition to one day become Kenya’s President is now done and dusted as Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party insider reveals the veteran opposition leader Raila Odinga will not vie again come 2027 general elections.
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