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CS’s vetting process set in motion as NASA and Jubilee take sides in Parliament: Murimi Mwangi

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The vetting of cabinet secretaries nominees could start either tomorrow or as soon as the office of the speaker receives the names from President Uhuru Kenyatta. The vetting was expected to start Monday but the names had not arrived in parliament. Nonetheless, NASA has differed sharply with NASA over the vetting criteria after the leader of majority Aden Duale said that six CSs retained by President Kenyatta will not be vetted afresh. The leader of minority John Mbadi says all the SCs must be vetted prior to joining Uhuru’s new cabinet. NASA has also indicated that they will not vet the nominees saying they do not recognize Uhuru’s administration. But Duale dismisses the boycott by NASA saying only 9 committee members are required to vet the nominees and Jubilee have 12 members in the committee on appointments.

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