Uhuru finally names his new cabinet [Full List]

6 CSs retained

Kenyatta retained 6 cabinet secretaries while at the same time announced three new cabinet secretaries who were not allocated portfolios.

Here are the names:

The fate of the other CSs who served in the President Kenyatta's first term remains unknown.

The head of state promised to make further announcement on the men and women who would assist him in fulfilling the promises made in his re-election campaign.

Joseph Kinyua will continue to serve as the Head of Public Service while his Chief of Staff duties will be taken over by Nzioka Waita.

Former Nakuru Governor Kinuthia Mbugua replaces Lawrence Lenayapa as State House Comptroller. Mr Lenayapa has been appointed Kenya ambassador to Netherlands.

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