Ruto takes Cabinet secretaries to Nyeri for a retreat to discuss 2023 hustler developments

President William Ruto in Mombasa. PHOTO

 

The members of President William Ruto's cabinet have been called to a vacation for the next five days.


The location of the retreat in Nyeri was verified by the State House Press Secretary, Emmanuel Talam. The retreat is scheduled to begin on January 5, 2022.


People who work in the executive branch of the government, like advisers and principal secretaries, are thought to have been invited to the retreat.


Ruto will serve as the meeting's chairperson, and the agenda will include the adoption of the administration's strategy for economic reform, which will be focused on key areas such as the creation of jobs and the assurance of adequate food supplies.


The President of Kenya made these remarks during his New Year's address on Saturday in Mombasa. He said that the administration is dedicated to rebuilding the economy.


Ruto has said that the administration would not be afraid to make difficult choices for the sake of maintaining sustainable economic development.


He said that getting rid of subsidies for basic goods has saved the country more than Sh25 billion every month.


The president went on to say that, in addition, the administration was working on a strategy to reduce the burden of the country's debt by enacting a debt management plan.

 

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