•Ahmednasir's sentiments come after the just concluded appointment, vetting and swearing-in of the CS.
•The vetting process saw the CS declare their wealth and the source of their wealth as a tool for corruption prevention among public officers.
Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi has said that the new President William Ruto's regime must fight to recover funds stolen in the last government first.
In a statement on Sunday, he said that failure to recover the stolen funds will occasion massive looting in his regime.
"Monday is the first week of H. E Ruto's Cabinet and I state for the record: To stop looting of public funds by his Ministers/others (I.e Governors) Ruto must recover every penny stolen by Uhuru's Ministers/others (I.e Governor). If he doesn't, we will see looting on an industrial scale," Ahmednasir said.
Ahmednasir's sentiments come after the just concluded appointment, vetting and swearing-in of the CS.
The vetting process saw CS declare their wealth and the source of their wealth.
The CSs were sworn in on Thursday at State House, Nairobi.
The CS include Davis Chirchir (Energy and Petroleum), former Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya (Mining, Blue Economy and Maritime Affairs), Mercy Wanjau (Secretary to the Cabinet), Alfred Mutua (Foreign and Diaspora Affairs) and Ababu Namwamba (Youth Affairs, Sports and the Arts).
Others are former Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen (Roads, Transport and Public Works), former Narok Woman Representative Soipan Tuya (Environment and Forestry), former Central Bank of Kenya (CBK), Governor Prof Njuguna Ndung’u (National Treasury and Planning) and former Nyaribari Masaba MP Ezekiel Machogu (Education).
Prime Cabinet Secretary nominee Musalia Mudavadi, Tourism and Wildlife CS nominee Peninah Malonza former National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi (Attorney-General), Garissa Township MP Aden Duale (Defense), Labour Cabinet Secretary Simon Chelugui (Co-operatives and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development, MSMEs) were also sworn in.
Others include Eliud Owalo (ICT and Digital Economy), former KenGen boss Ms Rebecca Miano (East African Community, Arid and Semi-Arid Lands and Regional Development), Florence Bore (Labour and Social Protection) and Zacharia Njeru (Lands, Housing and Urban Development) were also okayed by the National Assembly.
Another CS who was sworn in as Kandara MP Alice Wahome (Water, Sanitation and Irrigation), former Tharaka Nithi Senator Prof Kithure Kindiki (Interior and National Administration), former Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria (Trade, Investment and Industry) and Susan Nakhumicha (Health).