Cabinet of Kenya

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The Cabinet of Kenya is made up of the President, Deputy President, Attorney General and Cabinet Secretaries. The 2010 Constitution of Kenya allows a maximum of 22 ministries. A Cabinet Secretary is not a Member of the Kenyan Parliament and has to be vetted by a parliamentary committee before their appointment.[1]

Current Cabinet[edit]

Party key The National Alliance
United Republican Party
Republican Congress
National Rainbow Coalition
Orange Democratic Movement
New Ford–Kenya
Independent
Cabinet of Kenya[2]
Portrait Portfolio Incumbent
Uhuru Kenyatta.png President
Commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces
Uhuru Kenyatta
William Ruto at WTO Public Forum 2014.jpg Deputy President William Ruto
Dan Kazungu.jpg Mining Dan Kazungu
Judy Wakhungu.jpg Environment Judy Wakhungu
Mwangi Kiunjuri.jpg Devolution and Planning Mwangi Kiunjuri
Eugine Ludovic Wamalwa.png Water and Irrigation Eugene Wamalwa
Henry Rotich.jpg Finance / National Treasury Henry Rotich
Hassanwario.jpg Sports, Arts and Culture Hassan Arero
Fred Matiangi 2013.jpg Education Fred Matiangi
James Wainaina Macharia.jpg Transport and Infrastructure James Macharia
Willy Bett.jpg Agriculture Willy Bett
No image.svg Interior Joseph Nkaissery
Amina Mohamed at the Fifth Global Review of Aid for Trade.jpg Foreign Affairs Amina Mohamed
Sicily Kariuki.jpg Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs Sicily Kariuki
Najibu Balala (cropped).JPG Tourism Najib Balala
Charles Keter.jpg Energy and Petroleum Charles Keter
CMailu.png Health Cleopa Mailu
Phyllis Kandie.jpg Labour and EAC Affairs Phyllis Kandie
Raychelle Omamo.jpg Defence Raychelle Omamo
Jacob Kaimenyi (cropped).jpg Lands Jacob Kaimenyi
Adan Mohammed 2013.jpg Industrialization Adan Mohammed
Joe Muchiri.jpg ICT Joe Mucheru
Also attends Cabinet
Githu Muigai.jpg

Attorney General

Githu Muigai

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Njagih, Moses. "Vetting awaits nominees to new Cabinet". Standard Digital News. The Standard Group Limited. Retrieved April 23, 2013. 
  2. ^ Kubania, Jacqueline (25 November 2015). "President Kenyatta reshuffles cabinet, expands state departments". Daily Nation. Nairobi. Retrieved 1 January 2016. 

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