• In his new cabinet, only one was retained from the lot that served under Kenya's fourth President Uhuru Kenyatta.
• President Ruto in his nomination picked some members of parliament to assist him in the cabinet.
President William Ruto on Tuesday unveiled a list of his cabinet nominees who will take over from those who worked under former president Uhuru Kenyatta.
The nominations came shortly after Ruto chaired his first cabinet meeting at State House, Nairobi, which comprised the outgoing CSs.
They handed in their reports to the president during the meeting.
In his new cabinet, only one was retained from the lot that served under Kenya's fourth President.
After nominating the CSs, the President will submit their names to the national assembly where they will undergo vetting.
The vetting will be done by the National Assembly Committee on appointments, which will be chaired by the speaker of the house.
After the vetting, parliament will the names of the cabinet nominees to the whole house which will then approve or reject the nominees.
If the National Assembly approves any or all of the nominees, the Speaker will submit a report to the President.
Ruto will then gazette the appointment of the nominees to serve in the cabinet.
After the gazettement, the individuals will take the oath of office as Cabinet Secretaries, a position they will serve for the next five years.
President Ruto in his nomination picked some members of parliament to assist him in the cabinet. By law, however, a cabinet secretary cannot be a member of parliament.
Upon approval by parliament, these individuals will resign from their parliamentary positions.
They include; Elgeyo Marakwet senator Kipchumba Murkomen, MPs Aden Duale (Garissa Township), Alice Wahome (Kandara), and Soipan Tuya (Nominated).