VIDEO: Moses Kuria and CS Kithure Kindiki seen outside State house gate D after president Ruto locked them out for being late KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, August 1, 2023

VIDEO: Moses Kuria and CS Kithure Kindiki seen outside State house gate D after president Ruto locked them out for being late

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Moses Kuria and CS Kithure Kindiki seen outside State house gate D after president Ruto locked them out for being late.

Two Cabinet Secretaries have been locked out of the Performance Contract Signing event at State House, Nairobi for arriving late.

The Standard has established that Interior CS Kithure Kindiki and his Trade counterpart Moses Kuria were left out of the function on Tuesday, August 1. Other Principal Secretaries and parastatal heads who arrived late were also left out of the event.

Reports also indicate that Council of Governors chairperson Anne Waiguru was also part of the group locked out. Her speech was read by Bungoma Governor Kenneth Lusaka.

The DP said that he cannot personally afford to be late and keep the President waiting as he is serious about his job.

''Since you appointed me I have only been late once, it was only when you confused me because you said you would leave State House at 7:30 am so that we meet at the airport, but you left here at 6:30 am,'' he said.

This meant that all the CSs and their Principal Secretaries were to be seated early enough before the official time when the event would kick off.

Among those who were barred over lateness and did not sign their contracts were Interior CS Kithure Kindiki and his Trade and Industry counterpart Moses Kuria.

Also barred from the event presided over by President William Ruto were a few PSs and heads of parastatals who also arrived late for the event.

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