Uhuru names his full cabinet [Full List]

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President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday finally named individuals who will be part of his Cabinet in the second term.

Speaking at State House, the Head of State made some changes with some former Cabinet secretaries being dropped while others joining.

Here is the full list:

Foreign Affairs and International Trade – Monicah Juma

Transport - James Macharia

Health – Sicily Kariuki

Lands - Farida Karoney

East African Affairs - Peter Munya

Gender and Social protection Ukur Yattani

Interior Coordination Fred Matiang'i

National Treasury - Henry Rotich

ICT - Joe Mucheru

Tourism - Najib Balala

Ministry of Education - Amina Mohamed

Devolution and Planning - Eugene Wamalwa

Defence - Raychelle Omamo

Water and Irrigation – Simon Chelugye

Petroleum and Mining -  John Munyes

Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries - Mwangi Kiunjuri

Industrialization and Enterprise Development - Adan Mohamed

Public Service - Prof Margret Kobia

Sports, Culture and the Arts - Rashid Mohamed

Environment, and Natural Resource - Keriako Tobiko

Raphael Tuju nominated CS without portfolio.

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