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Kenyans react after Ruto fires Cabinet Secretaries

President William Ruto has dissolved the Cabinet sending all Cabinet Secretaries and attorney general home.

During his presser on July 11, 2024, President Ruto confirmed that his decision did not affect his Deputy Rigathi Gachagu and Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi.

“Upon reflection, listening keenly to what the people of Kenya have said and after a holistic appraisal of the performance of my Cabinet and its achievements and challenges, I have, in line with the powers given to me by Article 152(1) and 152(5)(b) of the Constitution and Section 12 of the Office of the Attorney-General Act, decided to dismiss with immediate effect all the Cabinet Secretaries and the Attorney-General from the Cabinet of the Republic of Kenya except the Prime Cabinet Secretary and Cabinet Secretary for Foreign and Diaspora Affair,” Ruto remarked.

Netizens reactions

A wave of reactions swept across Kenya following President Ruto’s decision to dismiss the Cabinet Secretaries, with many Kenyans lauding the move as a strategic and courageous step towards progress.

The swift action taken by Ruto to shake up the Cabinet has sparked a flurry of responses on social media and beyond, with a significant portion of the younger generation viewing the decision as a positive and necessary shift in governance. 

A few politicians, influencers and activists have praised the move as a bold statement signalling a commitment to steering the country in the right direction.

The recent move Ruto has been anticipated with the recent appetite for change in his administration. Here were some reactions;

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