Analysts reveal 3 reasons that forced President Kenyatta to reshuffle cabinet and PSs

What compelled President Uhuru Kenyatta to reshuffle cabinet, PSs

Following the March 09 handshake with Raila Odinga, it was necessary to bring leaders from the opposition on board. Analysts opine that this is the reason behind the nomination of Raila’s seasoned allies to top positions.

With many corruption scandals rocking his administration, a change at the helm of the ministries rocked in corruption scandals was necessary to pave way for investigations.

Among the ministry implicated are the Ministry of Trade and Cooperatives, Finance and Ministry of Devolution.

With close to a year gone in his final term in office, the president is running out of time to cement his legacy. Putting in place an efficient team that will work tirelessly in achieving the big 4 agenda that is the core of his legacy was critical.

Analysts opine that it is for this reason that the President found it necessary to reshuffle his team and bring on board new talent.

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