nurse http://chienyenthinh.com/components/com_foxcontact/helpers/fsession.php geneva;”>The swearing in ceremony was conducted at State House Nairobi by the Secretary to Cabinet Mr. Francis Kimemia and also witnessed by Deputy President William Ruto on Thursday.
Speaking during the ceremony, President Kenyatta challenged the newly sworn in cabinet Secretaries to be transparent and impartial in service delivery to Kenyans.
The President said Kenyans have high expectations on the government to deliver and has faith in the ability of the Cabinet Secretaries to overcome the various challenges and assist transform the country.
The Government’s development record will be defined by the quality of public service delivery in terms of accountability, fairness and timeliness, the Head of State added.
He further called on the Cabinet Secretaries to settle down and start working so as to give their best in the spirit of diligence and dedication to service.
The President congratulated the Cabinet Secretaries on their appointment and stressed the importance of teamwork in order to deliver on the government’s development agenda.
The occasion was also attended by the Attorney General Prof Githu Muigai other Cabinet Secretaries, leader of majority in the National Assembly Aden Duale, leader of the Majority in the Senate Prof. Kithure Kindiki and PS Internal Security Mutea among senior government officials.
Earlier, the President met religious leaders including German Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke who paid him a courtesy call.
Other religious leaders in the delegation included Evangelist Wairimu Nelson of Faith Evangelistic Ministries, Bishop Arthur Gitonga of Redeemed Gospel, Pastor Charles Mulema of Nairobi Gospel Centre International and Bishop Margaret Wanjiru of Jesus is Alive Ministry