Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi has thanked President William Ruto after assigning him an additional role to his docket.
The Head of State on Wednesday reshuffled his cabinet that saw the Prime Cabinet Secretary take over the Ministry of Foreign and Diaspora Affairs after Alfred Mutua was moved to Tourism and Wildlife.
In a statement Thursday morning, Prime CS Mudavadi said he was humbled by the appointment and thanked the Head of State for the dual role.
“I am deeply honoured and humbled to have been entrusted by His Excellency President William Ruto with an expanded role in the reshuffled Cabinet. I express my sincere gratitude to His Excellency for the trust placed in me by assigning me the additional vital role of the Ministry of Foreign and Diaspora Affairs,” Mudavadi wrote on X (formerly Twitter) .
The Prime CS pledged to continue serving the people of Kenya and our country with unwavering commitment, integrity, and diligence.
“I am fully aware of the significance of my dual role, and I embrace the opportunity with a profound sense of duty and dedication. I will champion, pursue, and protect the interests of Kenyans, both within our borders and abroad,” he said.
President William Ruto made several changes to his cabinet that saw eight Cabinet Secretaries affected in the new changes.
The Cabinet Secretaries affected include; Alfred Mutua, Moses Kuria, Rebecca Miano, Peninah Malonza, Alice Wahome, Zacharia Njeru, and Aisha Jumwa.