Committee on Appointments to conclude vetting exercise Saturday

The Committee on Appointments is set to conclude the vetting of President William Ruto Cabinet Secretary nominees on Saturday.

Chaired by National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula, the Committee on Appointments kicked off the vetting exercise on Monday.

Labour Cabinet Secretary Simon Chelugui, Co-operatives and Micro, SMEs Development nominee and former Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya, the nominee for Mining, Blue Economy and Maritime Affairs have already faced the panel.

Former Kericho Women Rep Florence Bore (Labour and Social Protection) nominee is currently before the Committee on Appointments.

Former Acting Communications Authority of Kenya Director-General Mercy Wanjau, Secretary to the Cabinet nominee will close the vetting exercise in the afternoon.

So far the Committee has vetted Trade, Investment and Industry CS nominee Moses Kuria, CS nominee for Public Service Gender and Affirmative Action Aisha Jumwa Karisa Katana, nominee for Energy and Petroleum Davis Kimutai Chirchir and nominee for National Treasury & Economic Planning Prof. Njuguna Ndung’u.

Others are nominee for Interior and National Administration, Prof. Kithure Kindiki, Water Cabinet secretary nominee Hon. Alice Wahome, nominee for CS Foreign and Diaspora Affairs Dr Alfred Nganga Mutua, CS nominee for defence, Hon. Adan Duale, Nominee for the position of Attorney General, immediate former Speaker of the National Assembly Justin Muturi and nominee for Prime Cabinet Secretary Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi.

  

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