President Kenyatta reshuffles cabinet, expands state departments

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  1. Mining – Dan Kazungu
  2. Environment – Prof Judy W Wakhungu
  3. Devolution & Planning – Mwangi Kiunjuri
  4. Water & Irrigation – Eugene Wamalwa
  5. Finance – National Treasury – Henry K Rotich
  6. Sports Arts & Culture – Dr Hassan Wario Arero
  7. Education – Dr Fred Okengo Matiangi
  8. Transport & Infrastructure – James Macharia
  9. Agriculture – Willy Bett
  10. Interior – Gen (Rtd) Joseph K Nkaissery
  11. Foreign Affairs – Amb Amina Mohamed
  12. Public Service Youth & Gender Affairs – Sicily Kanini Kariuki
  13. Tourism – Najib Balala
  14. Energy & Petroleum – Charles Keter
  15. Health – Dr Cleopa Kilonzo Mailu
  16. Labour & EAC Affairs – Phylis J K Kandie
  17. Defence – Amb Dr Raychelle Awuor Omamo
  18. Lands – Prof Jacob T Kaimenyi
  19. Industrialization – Adan Mohamed
  20. ICT – Joe Mucheru
  21. Attorney General – Prof Dr Githu Muigai

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  1. Agriculture- Richard Lesiyampe
  2. Arts, Culture – Joe Okudo
  3. Basic Education – Dr Belio Kipsang
  4. Broadcasting & Telecommunications – Sammy Itemere
  5. Cooperatives – Ali Noor Ismail
  6. Correctional Services – Micah Powon
  7. Defence – Amb Peter K Kaberia
  8. Devolution – Mwanamaka Mabruki
  9. EAC Integration – Betty Chemutai Maina
  10. Energy – Eng Joseph Njoroge
  11. Environment – Charles Sunkuli
  12. Fisheries – Prof Ntiba Micheni
  13. Interior – Eng Karanja Kibicho
  14. Youth and Public Service – Lilian Omollo
  15. Health – Nicholas Muraguri
  16. Housing & Urban Development – Aidah Munano
  17. ICT & Innovation – Victor Kyalo
  18. Industry & Enterprise Development – Julius Korir
  19. Infrastructure – John Musonik
  20. Foreign – Dr Amb Monica Juma
  21. International Trade – Dr Chris Kiptoo
  22. Irrigation – Patrick Nduati Mwangi
  23. Labour – Khadija Kassachoom
  24. Lands – Mariam El Maawy
  25. Livestock – Dr Andrew K Tuimur
  26. Maritime Commerce – Nancy Karigithu
  27. Mining – Dr Mohammed Ibrahim Mahmud
  28. National Treasury – Kamau Thugge
  29. National Water Services – Fred Sigor
  30. Natural Resources – Dr Margaret Mwakima
  31. Petroleum – Andrew Kamau Nganga
  32. Planning & Statistics – Saitoti Torome
  33. Public Works – Dr Paul Maringa Mwangi
  34. Social Security & Services – Susan Mochache
  35. Special Programmes – Josepheta Mukobe
  36. Sports Development – Richard Ekai
  37. Tourism – Fatuma Hersi
  38. Transport – Wilson Nyakera Irungu
  39. University (Higher) Education – Prof Colleta Suda
  40. Vocational & Technical Training – Dr Dinah Jerotich Mwinzi
  41. Gender Affairs – Zeinab W Hussein

Source: Daily Nation

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