Kenya Cabinet Reshuffled

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Eugene Wamalwa has been appointed as the new Justice Minister, Najib Balala sacked from the cabinet and Moses Wetangula demoted from Foreign Affairs Ministry in a shocking cabinet reshuffle announced on Monday.

Sam Ongeri takes over at the Foreign Affairs docket, the outspoken Mutula Kilonzo appointed to the Education ministry, while Voi MP Danson Mwazo appointed the new Tourism Minister.

The changes take effect immediately.

Njeru Githae has been confirmed as the Finance Minister, a position he held on an acting capacity following the stepping aside of Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta.

Moses Wetangula has been appointed as the Minister for Trade, Chirau Makwere moved to Ministry of Environment and Jamleck Kamau appointed to the Ministry of Nairobi Metropolitan.

Source: Daily Nation

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