Full list: Uhuru’s new appointments to Cabinet, reshuffle


Full list: Uhuru's new appointments to Cabinet, reshuffle
FILE PHOTO | President Uhuru Kenyatta signs into law the Supplementary Appropriation Bill on June 18, 2019. PHOTO | PSCU

This is the full list of the Cabinet reshuffle and new appointments as announced by President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday:

Cabinet Secretary nominations

1. Mutahi Kagwe – Health
2. Betty Maina – Industrialization

Permanent Secretary nominations

1. Amb. John Weru – Trade
2. Dr. Jwan Ouma – Vocational and technical training
3. Mary Kimonye – Public service
4. Amb Simon Nabukwesi – University education and research
5. Solomon Kitungu – Transport
6. Enosh Momanyi Onyango – Physical Planning

CSs reshuffled

1. Amb. Rachael Omamo – Foreign affairs
2. Sicily Kariuki – Water, Sanitation, Irrigation
3. Peter Munya – Agriculture, Co-operatives
4. Amb. Monica Juma – Defense
5. Simon Chelugui – Labour
6. Amb. Ukur Yatani – National Treasury and Planning

PSs reshuffled

  1. Joe Okudo – Sports
  2. Dr. Chris Kiptoo – Environment, Forestry
  3. Dr. Kevit Desai – EAC
  4. Dr. Margaret Mwaima – Regional Development
  5. Esther Koimett – Broadcasting and Telecommunications
  6. Peter Kaberia – Mining
  7. Safina Kwekwe – Tourism
  8. Prof. Coletta Suda – Gender

Chief Administrative Secretaries (CAS)

1. Hussein Dado- Interior and coordination
2. Patrick Ole Ntutu – Labour and Social Protection
3. Andrew Tuimur – Water, Sanitation, Irrigation
4. Abdul Bahari – Devolution and ASAR
5. Lawrence Karanja – Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise Development
6. Peter Odoyo – Defense
7. Maureen Magoma – ICT, Innovation, Youth affairs
8. Winnie Guchu – State Law Office
9. Wavinya Ndeti – Transport
10. Zacharia Kinuthia Mugure – Education
11. Mumina Bonaya – Education
12. Linah Chebii Kilimo – Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Co-operatives
13. Ann Mukami Nyaga – Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Co-operatives
14. Mercy Mwangangi – Health
15. Nadia Ahmed Abdalla – ICT

Cooperatives docket moves to Agriculture while Youth Affairs moves from Public Service to ICT ministry.

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