UPDATE: Read the Profiles of the Cabinet Secretary Nominees HERE
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto announced Cabinet members at State House, Nairobi on April 25, 2013.
On April 23, 2013, President Uhuru Kenyatta named four out of the 18 members of his Cabinet and reassured Kenyans of his commitment to put in place a government that will not only deliver on the Jubilee Coalition’s pledges but also transform the country.
UPDATE: According to the law, Kenyans have seven days to submit any complaint they may have on 16 individuals that President Uhuru Kenyatta has nominated to cabinet.
NOTE: 12 have been nominated today by Kenyan President, 5 women among those named today, 2 cabinet slots yet to be filled!
-Francis Kimemia appointed as Secretary to the Cabinet and Lawrence Lenayapa, State House Comptroller.
-Lawrence Lenayapa named as controller of State House.
-Dr. Hassan Wario nominated Sports, culture and Arts cabinet secretary.
-Prof. Judy Wahungu nominated Environment, Water & Natural resources cabinet secretary.
-Titus Kaimenyi, Dep VC Academic Affairs, UON nominated to head ministry of Education.
-Felix Kosgey nominated Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries cabinet
-Phyllis Chepkosgey nominated to Uhuru cabinet as Ministry of East African Affairs Commerce and Tourism Cabinet Secretary.
-Prof. Jacob Kaimenyi nominated as Ministry of Education Cabinet Secretary.
-Eng Michael S. Kamau as head ministry of Transport and Infrastructure.
-Ambassador Raychelle Omamo, a senior counsel and advocate of the high court for 27 yrs joins named as head ministry of Defence
-Davis Chirchir, 53, to head Ministry of Energy and Petroleum
-Ann Waiguru nominated as Ministry of Devolution and Planning Cabinet Secretary.