It has been reported that Prime Cabinet Secretary Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi, who is the third senior most government official in the executive, informed Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua that he is not the President of the Republic of Kenya. Mudavadi is the third highest ranking official in the executive branch of the Kenyan government. In the executive branch of the Kenyan government, Mudavadi holds the position of the third highest ranked official. Mudavadi is a member of the government who now serves in the post that is ranked as the third most senior in the executive branch.
An article that was published in The Standard stated that it was reported that the prime cabinet secretary waited until other officials from the government had gathered at a hotel that was owned by Humfrey Kariuki before he gave his opinion. This information was found in an article that was published in The Standard. Kariuki was the owner of the hotel in question at the time. In this particular instance, the hotel in question was known as the Mt. Kenya Safari Club Hotel.
It is said that he reminded Gachagua that Dr. William Ruto is the only president of Kenya, seemingly shattering Gachagua, with whom it was stated that he had a tense relationship. Gachagua was said to have been upset by this reminder.
Shortly after the retreat that was described before, President William Ruto reorganized his administration with the help of executive order number 1 of 2023. As a result of the issuing of this order, a significant amount of power was delegated to the office of the prime cabinet secretary. During a recent joint interview with the media, Mudavadi was quick to point out that he is only assisting the president and the deputy president in delivering on their mandate. He did this by pointing out that he is only assisting them in delivering on their mandate. Mudavadi, along with the country’ s current president. On the other hand, he did not squander any time in drawing attention to the fact that this was the case.
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