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FULL List! Ruto nominates Nixon Korir among other loyalists to PS posts

President William Ruto has nominated 49 Principal Secretaries (PSs) for appointment to various ministries in his government.

On the dispatch from State House Spokesperson, Hussein Mohammed, those appointed included Julius Korir and Teresia Mbaika in the Office of the Deputy President.

Esther Ngero and Aurelia Rono were nominated to the Office of the Prime Cabinet Secretary.

Raymond Omollo, Caroline Nyawira and Prof Julius Bitok were nominated to the Ministry of Interior. Patrick Mariro was nominated as the PS in the Ministry of Defence.

Belio Kipsang made a comeback in the Ministry of Education. If approved, Dr Kipsang will be the PS in charge of the State Department of Basic Education.

“The Presidential Action is pursuant to Article 155 (3)(a) of the Constitution by dint of Executive Action, the nomination have been transmitted to the National Assembly for the consideration and approval by Parliament with the Public Appointments (Parliamentary Approval) Act (No. 33 of 2011),” Chief of Staff, Felix Kosgey stated.

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Here is the full list:

Julius Korir – State Department for Cabinet Affairs
Teresia Mbaika Malokwe – State Department for Devolution
Esther Ngero- State Department for Performance and Delivery Management
Aurelia Rono – State Department for Parliamentary Affairs

Raymond Omollo – State Department for Interior and National Administration
Caroline Nyawira – State Department for Correctional Services
Julius Bitok – State Department for Citizen Services
Dr Chris Kiptoo- State Department for the National Treasury
James Muhati – State Department for Economic Planning

Patrick Mariro – Ministry of Defence
Dr Korir Sing’oei – State Department for Foreign Affairs
Roseline Njogu – State Department for Diaspora Affairs
Amos Gathecha – State Department for Public Service

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Veronica Mueni Nduva – State Department for Gender and Affirmative Action
Joseph Mungai Mbugua – State Department for Roads
Mohamed Dhagar – State Department for Transport
Nixon Koror – State Department for Lands and Physical Planning

Charles Hinga – State Department for Housing and Urban Development
Joel Arumonyang – State Department for Public Works
Prof Edward Kisiangani – State Department for Broadcasting and Telecommunications
Eng. John Kipchumba Tanui – State Department for ICT and The Digital Economy
Eng. Peter Tum – State Department for Medical Services
Dr Josephine Mburu – State Department for Health Standards and Professional Management
Dr Belio Kipsang – State Department for Basic Education
Esther Thaara Muhoria – State Department for TVET
Beatrice Inyangala – State Department for Higher Education and Research
Phillip Kello Harsama – State Department for Crop Development
Harry Kimutai – State Department for Livestock Development
Alfred K’Ombundo – State Department forTrade
Abubakar Hassan – State Department for Investment Promotion
Juma Mukhwana – State Department for Industry
Patrick Kiburi Kilemi – State Department for Cooperatives
Susan Mangeni – State Department for MSMEs Development
Ismail Madey – State Department for Youth Affairs
Johnathan Mueke – State Department for Sport and The Arts
Festus Ngeno – State Department for Environment
Ephantus Kimotho -State Department for Forestry
John Olultuaa – State Department for Tourism
Sylvia Naseya Muhoro -State Department for Wildlife
Ummy Mohammed Bashir – State Department for Culture and Heritage
Dr Paul Ronoh – State Department for Water and Sanitation
Gitonga Mugambi – State Department for Irrigation

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