Principal Secretaries to be sworn in Thursday
By By PPS
| June 27th 2013
NAIROBI, KENYA: Principal Secretary nominees who were vetted and approved by the National Assembly will be sworn in today at State House, Nairobi.
President Uhuru Kenyatta will witness the swearing in ceremony that will take place at 2.15 pm.
All the 26 Principal Secretary nominees were approved by the National Assembly this week.
The Principal Secretaries are Mutea Iringo (Interior and Coordination of National Government), Karanja Kibicho (Foreign Affairs) and J. Ntiba.
Others are Richard Lesiyampe ( Environment and Natural Resources), Joseph Njoroge (Energy) Ibrahim Mohamed (Ministry of Commerce and Tourism), John Konchellah –(Ministry of Devolution) Dr.Kamau Thuuge (Treasury), James Tekoo Mokoyotang (Ministry of Water) and Nduva Muli (Transport).
John Mosonik is the Principal Secretary for Infrastructure, Sicily Kariuki (Agriculture) Joseph Tiampati (Ministry of Information) Monica Juma (Defence) and Khadija Kassachoon (Ministry Of Livestock), Patrick Omutia (Sports Culture and the Art), Ibrahim Mohamed (Commerce and Tourism), Joseph Njoroge (Energy and Petroleum), Sicily Kariuki (Agriculture), Belio Kipsang (Education), Wilson Wesonga (Industrialization and Enterprise Development), and Mariamu Maawy for Land Ministry.
Others are Peter Oganga (Planning Ministy), Joseph Tiampaty ( Information and Communication ), Richard Ekai (Mining), Mosonik Kipngetich (Infrastructure), Joseph Lopoyetum (Water), Prof Akinyi Suda (Science and Technology).
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