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Cabinet Retreat kicks off at the Great Rift Lodge

18, Apr 2016

The 2016-17 budget and election preparations are some of the issues that the cabinet retreat that kicked off this morning at the Great Rift Valley lodge in Naivasha will discuss. President Uhuru Kenyatta, deputy president William Ruto and cabinet secretaries arrived for the two-day retreat last evening. Also at the retreat are senior officials from the executive, including state house, the state law office and other institutions involved in budget making and implementation. The annual retreat will also review the government's performance, review the upcoming budget as well as draw up priority areas for the next 12 months. Uhuru has been keen to allocate more resources to projects that are aligned to the jubilee manifesto ahead of the 2017 elections