Uhuru sacks 14 PSs [Full List]

Major changes

It has now emerged that President Uhuru Kenyatta had made a decision to fire all the 15 PS were not named in his second-term Cabinet in January.

They have now been issued with termination letters that will take effect on June 30th.

Here is the list of the sacked officials:

1. John Mosonik Infrastructure

2. Ms Mwanamaka Mabruki Gender Department

3. Dr Mohammed Ibrahim Mahmud Mining

4. Richard Ekai  Sports Development

5. Irungu Nyakera Planning

6. Dr Dinah Jerotich Mwinzi  Vocational Training (Ministry of Education)

7. Victor Kyalo ICT

8. Patrick Nduati Industry and Enterprise Development

9. Prof Fred Segor Water

10. Khadija Kassachoom Labour

11. Joe Okudo Arts and Culture

12. Sammy Itemere Broadcasting and Telecommunications

13. Ali Noor Ismail Cooperatives

14. Aidah Munano Housing and Urban Development

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