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Uhuru-Ruto allies biggest beneficiaries of reshuffle

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Tourism Minister Najib Balala was fired from the Cabinet while three first term MPs were promoted to full minister in changes agreed between President Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila Odinga at a meeting on Monday.MPs allied to Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and Eldoret North MP William Ruto appeared to have been the beneficiaries of President Kibaki’s side of the coalition in the reshuffle, with the youthful Saboti MP Eugene Wamalwa taking over the Justice, National Cohesion and Constitutional Affairs docket from outspoken minister Mutula Kilonzo who has been moved to Education.Mr Balala, the Mvita MP, who has had a strained relationship with the Prime Minister, was replaced by fellow Coast MP Danson Mwazo of Voi.Mr Mwazo was an assistant minister for Livestock.Kigumo MP Jamleck Kamau, becomes the minister of Nairobi Metropolitan after Mr Njeru Githae, who has been acting at the Treasury, was confirmed Finance minister.Mr Kamau, an ardent supporter of Mr Kenyatta from Murang’a county, was a member of the Parliamentary Service Commission.His appointment is seen as a replacement for Environment Minister John Michuki, from the same county, who died last month.Mr Moses Wetang’ula now moves to the Trade ministry and will be replaced by Prof Sam Ongeri in Foreign Affairs.Mr Chirau Mwakwere was transferred to the Environment ministry.Mr Wetang’ula rejoined his ministry last year, after a one-year stint in the cold following allegations of corruption in procurement of the Tokyo Embassy....Click here

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