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Cabinet reshuffle, Amina Mohammed replaces Echesa

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has on Friday reshuffled his cabinet firing some Cabinet Secretaries replacing them with new CS’s.

Sports CS Rashid Echesa has been fired and his place taken by Education CS Amina Mohammed in the new cabinet reshuffle.

George Magoha has taken over Amina Mohamed post as Education CS.

Before his appointment George Magoha was the chairman of the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC).

Other cabinet reshuffle include the permanent secretaries who were re-assigned as below;

Dr. Susan Koech – States Department of Wildlife.


Dr. Ibrahim M. Mohamed, CBS-State Department of Environment & Forestry

Mr. Ali Noor Ismail, CBS-State Department of Cooperatives

Eng. Peter Kiplagat Tum, OGW-State Department of Labour

Dr. Margaret Mwakima, CBS-State Department of East African Community Affairs (EAC)

Dr. Susan Koech-State Department of Wildlife

Susan N. Mochache, CBS-Ministry of Health

Also read: Education CS,police will track HELB defaulters

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world

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