Editor's Review

"The currency of Politics is Loyalty, not Competence. And his Cabinet is credible."

Political Analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has lauded President William Ruto following the unveiling of his Cabinet Secretaries.

Ngunyi in a tweet said the President deserves praise for the choice of men and women he entrusted with the responsibility of turning around the economy of the country and implementing his agenda to Kenyans.

He said the move by the President to reward his loyalists and those who stood with him during the campaigns shows his mastery of politics.

He further said the general outlook of the Cabinet is impressive adding that they should all focus on implementing their agenda to Kenyans.

"Give it to Ruto. Like him or NOT, this MAN is Honourable. He has REWARDED everyone that STOOD by him. The CURRENCY of Politics is LOYALTY, not COMPETENCE. And his Cabinet is CREDIBLE. Now they must weave the Hustler DOCTRINE in whatever SHAPE or FORM. This is our new NORMAL," Ngunyi tweeted on Tuesday evening,

President William Ruto during the unveiling of his cabinet at State House , Nairobi. PHOTO | COURTESY

President Ruto on Tuesday unveiled his Cabinet to the public during which he rewarded those who stood with her during the campaign season.

He also roped in the services of few technocrats who he believed will help shape his government agenda.

Here is the full list of his Cabinet members:

Prime Cabinet Secretary - Musalia Mudavadi

2. Interior - Kithure Kindiki

3. National Treasury-Njuguna Ndung'u

4. Public Service and Gender - Aisha Jumwa

5. Defence - Aden Duale

6. Water, Sanitation & Irrigation - Alice Wahome

7. Foreign and Diaspora Affairs -Alfred Mutua

8. Trade - Moses Kuria

9. EAC - Rebecca Miano

10. Roads - Onesmus Kipchumba Murkomen

11. Lands - Zacharia Mwangi Njeru

12. Tourism - Peninah Malonza

13. Agriculture - Mithika Linturi1

4. Education - Ezekiel Machogu

15. Energy and Petroleum - Davis Chirchir

16. Sports - Ababu Namwamba

17. Cooperatives and MSMEs - Simon Chelugui

18. Mining - Salim Mvurya

19. Labour - Florence Bore

20. Health - Susan Wafula

21. Communication - Eliud Owalo

o22. Environment & forestry - Roselinda Soipan Tuya

Attorney General - Justin Muturi

National Security adviser - Monica Juma

Secretary to the cabinet - Mercy Wanjau